Forensic Interviews – A fact finding interview designed to gather information from the child in order to determine if abuse has occurred;
Forensic Medicals – A medical exam designed to provide necessary medical treatment, ensure that the child is physically healthy, and reassure the child that their body is healthy (this service provided through a partnership with MUSC Department of Child Abuse Pediatrics and board-certified child abuse pediatricians and nurse practitioners.);
Child and Family Therapy – Therapeutic services to aid the child and family in the healing process by providing them with the skills they need to decrease trauma-related symptoms;
Victim Advocacy – Victim’s services to provide the child and family with the services and support they need, such as: court preparation, case management, and community referrals.