Mobile center to help abused Capital Region kids

August 28, 2019 05:21 PM

A new, mobile center will help improve services for children who are the victims of physical and sexual abuse.

The Office of Child and Family Services showed off its Mobile Child Advocacy Center on Wednesday.


This mobile unit is one of seven funded through the state.

It will serve children and families who live in rural communities in Fulton, Montgomery, and Hamilton counties who may not be able to make it to a center.


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