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Children First License Plates

This plate is available to Tennessee residents who are registering a private passenger motor vehicle.

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The annual fee is $56.50 and $30.75 of the additional $35 collected is allocated to the Department of Children's Services to provide additional funding for child abuse prevention. The plate can be personalized with 5 characters available.

 

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Child Abuse Information

Everyone is considered a mandated reporter if you have knowledge of or a suspicion of child abuse and/or neglect.

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Learn more about when & how to report child abuse to the Department of Children’s Services.

 

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Nashville Walks 2014

Nashville Children’s Alliance will once again hold its annual 5K walk at Centennial Park on April 12, 2014 during Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month.

The Walk will not only raise awareness of child sexual and physical abuse, but also funds to support and sustain the work of the Nashville Children’s Alliance.

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News Channel 5
News Channel 5 – Nashville Walks
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See the broadcast by News Channel 5 for our Nashville Walks 2013 event! Watch the video online by clicking on the 'Click Here For More' link below…

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Nashville News 2 – Nashville Walks
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See the broadcast by Nashville News 2 for our Nashville Walks 2013 event! Watch the video online by clicking on the 'Click Here For More' link below…

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Galleries And More
Nashville Walks: May 18, 2013
Nashville Children's Alliance held its annual 5K walk this year at Centennial Park on May 18, 2013. You can learn more about this event by clicking on the link above.

Want to see pictures from our annual 5k which was held on April 14th, 2012?
Click on the ‘Photos’ button above to view galleries of many of our previous events!
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Welcome to the Nashville Children's Alliance

 

Nashville Children's AllianceThe Nashville Children’s Alliance (NCA), formerly the Nashville Child Advocacy Center, is a nonprofit organization providing services to children when there are allegations of sexual or severe physical abuse. The Nashville Children’s Alliance is a unique partnership with the Office of the District Attorney General, the Department of Children’s Services and the Metropolitan Police Department working together for the detection, investigation, prosecution and treatment of child abuse. NCA was started in 1992 by a dedicated group of community professionals and volunteers who believed that children deserved a coordinated approach by the professionals working on these difficult cases.

 

 


“When I think of the Nashville Children’s Alliance, I think it is a place where children get helped…"

- Josh, age 16

 


The Nashville Children’s Alliance is a child advocacy center and is a fully accredited member of the National Children’s Alliance. Forensic interviews are provided by specially trained professionals when there are allegations of abuse. Children, including Spanish speaking children, receive therapy from qualified therapists who are trained to provide mental health services to child abuse victims. There are English and Spanish speaking support groups for non-offending parents/caregivers of children who have been abused. All services are provided at absolutely no cost to the families that we serve.

 

 

Last year 1 in 5 children suffered from abuse in Davidson County

 

THE NASHVILLE CHILDREN’S ALLIANCE WAS THERE TO HELP

The Nashville Children’s Alliance is a non-profit organization that provides free services to children in Davidson County who have experienced sexual or severe physical abuse.

 

Some of these services include the front line interview to assist in determining if abuse has occurred, weekly therapy sessions, court support, crisis services to families, and non-offending parent support groups. The Nashville Children’s Alliance works with the Police Department, District Attorney’s Office, and the Department of Children’s Services to make sure NO child falls through the cracks through regular reviews of every case. The Nashville Children’s Alliance also provides team training for these organizations on issues related to children who have suffered abuse and their ongoing needs.

 



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