Projects

Current Projects

  • The Child Abuse Training and Technical Assistance Centers provide training and technical assistance to child advocacy centers; multi-disciplinary interview centers or teams; and child abuse prevention, intervention and treatment service providers. CIR Staff have been working on the CATTA projects for over 12 years and are considered the experts in Child Abuse Training in California.

  • Since 1999, the California Child Abduction Task Force, along with CIR, has presented over twenty trainings throughout California. These trainings have attracted over 2,000 participants, primarily professionals who are first responders to reports of child abduction. According to the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) training evaluations, participants have found the training worthwhile and the trainings have provided relevant and pertinent information.

  • Service providers need to be aware of and responsive to the multi-dimensional needs of victims and work to directly address any barriers to service. The Underserved Populations Training Project focuses on four distinct victim populations: victims with disabilities, male victims, LGBTQ victims, and foster youth victims. The project provides free training and technical assistance to victim service providers in order to increase their ability to effectively serve underserved victims in the four identified population groups.

  • It is crucial that victims of all ages, racial groups, gender identities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and cultures have access to in-depth, trauma-informed services. Serving California's Diversity Training Project (SCDTP) helps service providers be better prepared to address the needs of critically underserved victim groups. TSCDTP focuses on responding to the needs of three specific populations: People of Color (POC), People with Limited English Proficiency (LEP), and Immigrant Populations.

Recent Projects

  • CIR is working with the Greater Bay Area Child Abuse Prevention Council Coalition to implement the Enough Abuse Campaign throughout the 10 Bay Area Counties of Northern California and beyond. Please visit the Greater Bay Area Child Abuse Prevention Council Coalition website for more information on how we are implementing the project. Visit the National Enough Abuse website for more information about the national campaign.

  • Center for Missing and Abducted Children's Organizations
    Center for Missing and Abducted Children's Organizations

    The Center for Missing and Abducted Children's Organizations (CMACO) was a membership organization dedicated to providing support to non-profits who serve families and communities of missing, abducted and exploited children. The goal of CMACO was to provide a platform for communication and collaboration between these organizations.

  • Multi-disciplinary Team Statewide Coordinator Project
    Multi-disciplinary Team Statewide Coordinator Project

    To further the goals of the Children’s Justice Act, the CJA Task Force recommended the funding of a Statewide Coordinator for Multi-disciplinary Teams in California. The primary focus of this program effort was to fund and support the work of one part-time consultant to serve as a single point of contact for technical assistance requests from established and emerging Multi-disciplinary Teams and Children's Advocacy Centers in California. To learn more about this project please contact Kris.Murphey@cirinc.org.

Other Project Resources

The following resources were developed by CIR staff on a variety of projects that are not currently funded. You can download the files below (you will need a PDF reader to open and print the documents). You may also request a printed copy of the resource for a small printing fee.

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