The Child Advocacy Center of Carroll County is an inspiring example of a successful public/private partnership. Founded in 2004, the Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit charity which embraces a coordinated, comprehensive and systematic approach to deal with issues associated with child abuse.

The Center represents both a place and a process designed to provide child victims and their non-offending family members with resources and advocacy efforts.

The "place" is supported by local contributors and community members, the New Hampshire Office of the Attorney General, the County of Carroll and the NH Charitable Foundation.

The "process" utilizes a comprehensive multi-disciplinary team approach, known as the Carroll County Child Protection Team to support the investigation and prosecution of crimes against Carroll County's children.






The Child Advocacy Center of Carroll County serves children and their non-offending caregivers by working with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to aid in the investigation and prosecution of child abuse.  With offices in Wolfeboro and Conway the CACCC serves all of Carroll County.  

One of the Center's most valuable assets is our CAC dog, Westin. Westin’s job at the CAC is to greet children at the door and provide a calming presence for the children and non-offending family members during their time at the center. 



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56 Union Street : PO Box 948 : Wolfeboro, NH 03894

Phone: 603-569-9840 Fax: 603-569-9848

The Child Advocacy Center of Carroll County is a 501(c)3 non-profit and a member of the National Children's Alliance and the New Hampshire Network of Child Advocacy Centers. This website is strictly for informational purposes only, and should not replace the counsel of trained professionals. No content or images may be copied without permission. All images of children on this website are professional/stock photos.