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Joyce, a former child client of MCAP’s, and Lisa, her MCAP advocate, talk about Joyce’s journey from the frightened child victim she was to the thriving young woman she is today, and how advocacy has empowered both of them. MCAP’s Executive Director Mary Pugh, MCAP’s Board President Kate Imbesi, Survivor Advocate Sarah Klein, and the Chair of Montgomery County’s Board of Commissioners Val Arkoosh also share their perspectives on the the life-saving importance of MCAP’s advocacy to child victims of abuse and neglect.
Video produced by MCAP Board Member Erin O’Hearn.

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Though our #MCAPWearBlueOnTheSteps event for #NationalChildAbusePreventionMonth was canceled, grateful to @kenlawrencejr for wearing blue and mentioning it at today's #covidbriefing. Grateful for your and #MontcoPA's partnership. A pic from last year's event!

Today would have been the 2nd annual #MCAPWearBlue on the Steps for #NationalWearBlueDay for #NationalChildAbusePreventionMonth. Still showing our #appreciation for all of our stakeholders & supporters, #MCAPkids' staff wore blue at a recent staff #Zoom meeting.

On this first day of #NationalChildAbusePreventionMonth, we are concerned about kids at-risk for #childabuse during the #coronavirus #MontcoPA #lockdown. Read #MCAPkids blog post to learn how you can help.

https://t.co/pLpJjHD88l

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