Get Involved

The things we experience in our primary years shape the development of the rest of our lives. Your kind gifts are what keep The Monongalia County Child Advocacy Center providing assistance to children who have suffered abuse or other traumas. Without our generous donors and volunteers, we wouldn’t be able to give hope to kids who need us most. You can help us make a difference in someone’s future.

DONATE

Your monetary gifts are graciously accepted and used to sustain our services to this community. No donation is too small.

When you give to MCCAC, you directly support:

  • Child-centered investigative interviews
  • Therapy sessions for victims to help them heal
  • Sustaining advocate time with families to ensure stability

Your gifts help keep children safe. Donate today.

Volunteer

Your time is a graciously accepted gift, as well! When you volunteer at MCCAC, you are helping sustain safety for at-risk youth in our community. If you are interested in volunteering with our Center, please contact Taylor Shultz (tshultz@moncocac.org) to hear about current opportunities. Please note: Due to the confidential nature of our services, volunteer opportunities that offer direct interaction with clients are limited. Volunteers who interact with families at the Center must pass a child abuse registry and criminal background check.

If you are a student at a local college or university and would like an internship at our agency, please contact Dr. Capage at lcapage@comcast.net

Participate in Events

MCCAC events are not only fun to participate in, but they are also an important part of our organization. Help us make each MCCAC event successful. In addition to attending, participating in events can include volunteering at the event, participating in the planning process, or sharing the date and details with others in the community and encouraging them to come. Are you interested in participating at our next event? Contact Taylor Shultz (tshultz@moncocac.org) to get started.

Barbara Myers Ambassador Program

An Ambassador is a person who, much like Barbara Myers, is passionate about the work we do at MCCAC. He or she believes in our mission and wants to help us grow at out Center to meet the needs of children and families in our community. An Ambassador supports children victimized by abuse by increasing community awareness, promoting prevention, and financially strengthening the agency so that we can provide services to those in need.

Wishlist

Donating wish list items is a great way to help MCCAC. These are items that our agency needs to either run our Center efficiently or to help children and their families feel comfortable at our Center.

Please be sure to include your name and contact information if you would like to be acknowledged for your donation.

  • Small prepackaged snack bags
  • Copy paper
  • Adult and child masks

Employment Opportunities

We are looking for a part-time or full-time therapist to provide therapy to children and families. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Capage at lcapage@comcast.net

To report abuse, please call CPS at 1-800-352-6513 or your local law enforcement agency.