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Choctaw Children's Advocacy Center

The mission of the CCAC is to provide interventions in a safe, neutral environment that extends hope and healing for abused children and their families. Services available at the CCAC are aimed to provide the child victims and their family with treatment, education, and support while effectively coordinating other community resources.

This support given to victims and their family begins the recovery process and also helps families move through the system that legally manages child abuse cases.

Protecting children from abuse is everyone's responsibility. Everyone working together, the police, social workers, doctors, therapists, prosecutors, and advocates, can provide a community based response to the problem of child abuse and help to build a safe community. If you suspect child abuse is occurring, please complete the following form and file a copy with the CCAC, Choctaw Police Department, and Children and Family Services:
Indian Child Protection Referral Form

Services include, but are not limited to:
:: Individual therapy services
:: Case management services for the child victim and family
:: Forensic interviewing
:: Follow-up regarding court cases

Guiding Principles

We are committed to providing an environment in which people, their culture, and their beliefs are honored.

We are committed to providing actions that will be guided by the Best Practice Standards and ethical practices that truly serve the best interest of the child.

We are committed to help affirm and strengthen the Choctaw family unit as safe keepers of Choctaw children.

We are committed to seeking opportunities for collaboration and shared leadership with individual and other programs that share our mission.

CCAC Goals

To provide access to mental health services, investigative services, and other corollary services to abused children and their family.

To develop and implement program evaluations to assess program effectiveness and community impact.

To develop the CCAC as a resource of valid information on Child Abuse topics for the community.

To strengthen existing partnerships and develop new collaborations with other tribal and non tribal service providers who share our mission.

Locate Us

The CCAC is located in the Pearl River Community of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. The main tribal complexes are located in Neshoba County, approximately 8 miles west of Philadelphia.

From Philadelphia, take MS HWY 16 West, past the Silver Star and Golden Moon Hotel Casinos. Approximately ½ mile past the casino complexes, take the right which is marked Choctaw Tribal complexes. This road is alongside the Choctaw Central High School and leads to the Governmental Complex. Take a right at the road across from the entrance to the high school. Take the left at the end of the softball field which leads to a cul-de-sac with modular office buildings. The CCAC is the first office on the right.

Choctaw Children's Advocacy Center
CCAC Building, Pearl River Reservation, P.O. Box 6010, Choctaw, MS 39350
Monday - Friday ~ 8:00 - 4:30
601.650.7790