The mission of the Child Protection Center of Ross County, a Children's Advocacy Center, is to reduce the incidence and trauma of child abuse through a coordinated multi-agency approach. To promote healthy children, families, and communities through the professional provision of education, prevention and protective services.
What we do
The Child Protection Center was formed to ensure that Ross County and surrounding county children who had been sexually or physically abused received appropriate attention in a timely and family-friendly manner without regard for their ability to pay.
The Center utilizes a multi-disciplinary, multi-agency approach to care and meets the strict standards of a Children’s Advocacy Center set by the National Children’s Alliance.
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How to Donate to CPC
Participating Members: Ross County Children’s Services, Adena Health System,
Scioto-Paint Valley Mental Health Center, Ross County Prosecutors Office,
Integrated Services of Appalachia Ohio, Ross County Sheriff’s Department, Chillicothe Police Department.
The Child Protection Center is United Way Partner Agency
Child Protection Center provides services to the public and is funded by grants including
United Way, Victims Of Crime Act and Children's Trust Fund.
We serve federal crime victims
Supported in part as a Community Benefit of Adena Health System