McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center released it’s first-ever annual report this week at a “Ladder of Progress” community event. The report includes statistics on the number of children served and information on prevention initiatives launched this past year. The agency has experienced tremendous growth since moving to the new facility at 601 E. Genesee Street and the report highlights the continuing work of the professional multidisciplinary team.
Syracuse's McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center Releases 2013 Annual Report (www.syracuse.com)
McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center, a Syracuse-based non-profit organization that provides services for child abuse victims and non-offending family members, released its 2013 annual report. (Read More Here)
McMahon/Ryan Center Says Education, Action Will Drive Down Child Sexual Abuse Cases (WRVO)
The number of children from Onondaga County who go through the McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center in Syracuse is holding steady. Officials say getting the word out about these children who are sexually abused is key to getting that number down. (Read More Here)
First Annual Report Reveals Information and New Programs at Child Advocacy Center (WAER 88.3)
The McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center is continuing to move forward and grow as an organization. As they continue to add new programs and increase awareness, their organization will gain more support and understanding. Their plan for the future is to enhance their programs and services, as well as build up their staff. Their hope is to “bring a voice to children who have been silent for too long.” (Read More Here)