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CALiO™Collections is an assortment of thousands of unrestricted full-text publications, videos, audio files, articles, reports, and more.

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Digital Information Librarian, Muriel K. Wells, M.Ed., MLIS, is available to assist you with your library and information needs. Contact her via telephone, email, online request form, or instant chat (limited availability).

Poly-Victimization Training Series

NCAC is proud to partner with subject matter experts on Poly-victimization to deliver cutting-edge research to CACs, MDTs, first responders, and other professionals serving victims. read more

International Resources

A collection of articles, government documents, reports, websites, and more from around the world, including publications in languages other than English. read more


NCAC Position Papers

NCAC frequently addresses emerging issues faced by child abuse response professionals around the world. Supported by research and current best practice, the NCAC provides written position statements on specific topics under debate and discussion within the field. read more


Vicarious Trauma Resources

Working with children and families who have experienced abuse may affect professionals in profound ways – both positively and negatively. read more



The NCAC Professional Bibliographies series provides guides to the literature for practitioners working with victims of child maltreatment and their caregivers. These bibliographies provide full citations and abstracts to research literature. read more

NCAC Fact Sheets

The NCAC’s fact sheet series, As a Matter of Fact,” discusses key research findings on the importance of child abuse prevention. read more

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Child Victims and Witnesses Support Materials

The Office for Victims of Crime has created numerous resources to assist professionals and caregivers who support children and youth during their involvement with the justice system as a victim or witness to a crime. Resources.

Supporting Child Witnesses

The Office for Victims of Crime has published a new guide for practitioners and caregivers seeking to support child victims and/or witnesses participating in the justice system. Child Victims and Witnesses Support Materials

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