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Alaska Children's Alliance

Empowering Alaska to serve Child Victims of Abuse

Alaska Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-478-4444

Office Of Children’s Services

Anchorage 1-800-478-4444
Southcentral 1-855-352-8934
Northern Alaska 1-800-353-2650
Southeast 1-888-622-1650
Western Region 1-800-557-3141

DETAILS You Don't Need Them All.

DISCLOSURE You Don't Need To Have Heard One.

REPORT You Can Help a Child By Reporting.

ANONYMOUS Unless a Mandated Reporter.

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Child-friendly environment

Specially trained Interviewers

Support and advocacy for non-offending caregivers

Non-Invasive physical exam

Referrals to services so the healing can begin

A multidisciplinary response improves outcomes for child victims & their families

Welcome to Child Advocacy Centers in Alaska

Help Victims Become Survivors

Stand Up Step Forward

About Us

The Alaska Children’s Alliance is a State Chapter of the National Children’s Alliance,  and is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 coalition of established and developing child advocacy centers (CACs), multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) and child protection teams (CPTs) dedicated to improving community responses to child maltreatment.

 

The Alaska Children’s Alliance, or ACA,  was founded in 2001 with a membership of three centers and three developing centers.  Today our membership has grown to nine centers and one developing center, serving children and families throughout Alaska.
In FY13, 1,726 children from 209 communiities throughout Alaska received services from a Child Advocacy Center.  Since the first center opened in 1996, over 19,700 children and their families have been served!

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Alaska CAC Statistics for the Last 5 Years

Alaska Victim Rights

If you are the Victim of a Crime in Alaska, you have the right to:


  • be treated with dignity, respect and fairness throughout the criminal justice process
  • see a doctor, if you are in need of immediate medical attention
  • protection from harassment or threats because of your involvement in this cse
  • be told, after the defendant is convicted, about the defendant’s other criminal convictions
  • choose if you want to talk to the defense
  • be heard at sentencing, if you make a request
  • restitution if the defendant is convicted
  • be told, in writing, within 30 days from the end of the case, about what happened, if you make a request
  • be told when the defendant will be released and/or if the defendant escapes from jail, if you make a request
  • be told when the defendant will be released from a mental institution if the defendant was found not guilty by reason of insanity, if you make a request
  • be informed about the Alaska Office of Victims Rights

Click here for information about the Violent Crimes Compensation Board

A Handbook for Victims of Crime in Alaska (133 KB)

Victim Rights Brochure (644 KB)