To become an MCAP child advocate, you will need to:
- Be a licensed attorney in good standing in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- Attend a CLE (continuing legal education in Montgomery County or Philadelphia County) class certified in child advocacy.
- Complete an application to be an MCAP attorney.
- Complete an authorization form for background checks.
- Complete the state required background/clearances/trainings as required by the PA Child Protective Services Law.