Expanding the Knowledge Base of Child Advocacy Centers
This project aims to conduct a formative evaluation and evaluability assessment of Project Harmony, a large child advocacy center (CAC) in Omaha, Nebraska, currently serving children who are victims of alleged child abuse. Project Harmony is one of the largest CACs in the nation. The ultimate goal is to lay the foundation for future CAC outcome evaluation efforts. Investigators include Teresa, Kulig, Ph.D., Emily Wright, Ph.D., and Ryan Spohn, Ph.D. with Amber Krushas serving as a doctoral student research assistant. Community partner investigators include Debra Anderson, Ph.D., and Lynn Castrianno, Ph.D. with Project Harmony. Read more about this study.