The mission of Tuscarawas County Child Advocacy Center is to provide a specialized comprehensive, multi-discipline approach to child abuse from disclosure through treatment to reduce further trauma and promote recovery and resiliency for children and families.
Report Child Abuse/Neglect
Mon – Fri 8 to 4:30 330-339-7791
24 hours/ 7 Days 330-339-2000
2421 E High Avenue
P.O. Box 982
New Philadelphia, OH 44663
It takes a community to meet the needs of children impacted by child abuse. Noah’s Hope Child Advocacy Center of Tuscarawas County focuses on providing trauma informed services to child victims and their families. We offer a neutral, child focused environment where children can feel safe and supported when disclosing their suspected abuse.
When families experience an incident of child sexual abuse or physical abuse it can be overwhelming and scary. But children can and do heal. We witness it every day. Noah’s Hope focuses on providing specialized and wrap around services to child victims of abuse and their family. We offer a neutral, child focused environment where children can feel safe and supported when disclosing their suspected abuse.
Noah’s Hope, along with our multi-disciplinary team, work to ensure the needs of the child victim and their family are met and they are on the road to healing and safety.
The team focuses on providing trauma informed services while addressing concerns the child and family may have. The goal of our team approach is to combine the expertise of our multidisciplinary team and bring these services to the child in one centralized location. In turn, we hope to reduce the number of appointments for the family and minimize the trauma to the child. The CAC provides a support network for the child and the nonoffending caregivers from the initial interview through the end of the investigation process.