10.27.20 Local Surge in Online Exploitation
Children’s Cove, The Cape & Islands Child Advocacy Center, is calling on parents and caregivers to be extra diligent in the prevention of online exploitation of children as they attend school remotely and spend more time online.
4.24.20. Pandemic Trapping Some Kids with Abusers
Those of us on the front lines helping survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence and crimes against children are concerned about victims of abuse being confined inside abusive households and by a severely curtailed ability to access help.
3.19.20 Children’s Cove COVID-19 Service Response
Our update in regards to services provided during the COVID-19 Pandemic Response.
1.27.20 Children’s Cove Expands Teen TASK Force
Children’s Cove is now collaborating with Monomoy Regional High School, the Mashpee Middle-High School, and Nauset Regional High School to engage students about child sexual abuse issues, educate them about the services Children’s Cove provides, and create greater community awareness.
12.12.19 Children’s Cove Reaccredited
Children’s Cove met or exceeded national standards set by the National Children’s Alliance for it’s third consecutive accreditation evaluation.
11.08.18 8th Annual Hot Wing Relay
Dennis Police Department comes back for vengeance and claims the top prize! A fantastic event to celebrate our partners in Law Enforcement.
10.1.18 Teen TASK Force comes to Mashpee
Teen TASK Force comes to Mashpee High School to continue third year of program.
5.30.18 Teen TASK Force Celebration
Children’s Cove celebrates the final session of the 2017-2018 Teen TASK Force, a collaborative program between Children’s cove and Monomoy Regional High School working with volunteer Sophomore students.
1.11.18 Community Donates to Children’s Cove Families in Need
Throughout the late fall and early winter Children’s Cove worked with agencies and members of the community to provide much-needed items to dozens of families and hundreds of children.. This included back-to-school supplies, winter coats, Thanksgiving meals and holiday presents.
10.16.2017 Children’s Cove Marks 20 Years Providing Hope and Healing
Barnstable, MA – This year, Children’s Cove, a department of Barnstable County, is marking 20 years of providing coordinated and comprehensive multidisciplinary services to child victims of sexual and physical abuse, child witnesses to domestic violence, and child victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking.
10.13.17 Children’s Cove Expands Trauma Informed Provider Network
Yarmouth, MA – In October, Children’s Cove, The Cape & Islands Child Advocacy Center, partnered with the Justice Resource Institute (JRI) to provide a two-day training to nearly 30 Cape & Islands clinicians and mental health providers to expand available trauma informed providers.
10.13.17 Children’s Cove to Hold 7th Annual Hot Wing Relay
Yarmouth, MA – Children’s Cove, The Cape & Islands Child Advocacy Center, is holding their 7th Annual Hot Wing Relay in October for local police departments across the Cape & Islands.
09.30.17 Children’s Cove Partners with Monomoy Regional High School for Teen TASK Force
Harwich, MA – Children’s Cove, The Cape & Islands Child Advocacy Center, has partnered with Monomoy Regional High School to recruit sophomore students to be a part of the second Children’s Cove Teen TASK (Taking a Stand for Kids) Force.
05.22.17 Children’s Cove Celebrates D-Y Teen TASK Force Success
Hyannis, MA – Children’s Cove: The Child Advocacy Center for the Cape and Islands, held its sixth and final session with the Dennis-Yarmouth High School Teen TASK (Taking a Stand for Kids) Force.The group of 14 volunteers, sophomores at D-Y, worked together to learn about and raise awareness of child sexual abuse issues on Cape Cod as well as the programs and services Children’s Cove provides to victims.
12.19.16 Children’s Cove Partners with Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School to create Teen TASK Force
Hyannis, MA – Children’s Cove: The Child Advocacy Center for the Cape and Islands, has partnered with Dennis-Yarmouth High School in recruiting 15 volunteers to create the Teen TASK (Taking a Stand for Kids) Force. The Teen TASK force is a group of students working together to raise awareness for the programs and services of the agency and to educate & advocate for child abuse issues.