Forensic Interviews

Prior to Child Advocacy Centers, if a child made an outcry, they may have had to tell of their experience to multiple people, multiple times in uncomfortable, intimidating settings. Child Advocacy Centers were created in the early 1990s to provide a safe place for a child to share their experience of abuse with a trained Forensic Interviewer, therefore, reducing the trauma.

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Martha Dykes, L.B.S.W., Director of Programs and Services
Ext. 103     Email:  mdykes@netcac.org

Selene Heredia, MSW, Lead Forensic Interviewer
Ext. 115     Email:  sheredia@netcac.org

Hannah Means, BSP, Forensic Interviewer
Ext. 106     Email:  hmeans@netcac.org

Missy Hooten, Intake Coordinator
Ext. 113     Email:  mhooten@netcac.org