Trust the Torch!

Executive director Misty Marinier sits next to Apple, the Child Advocacy Center’s courthouse facility dog, on a couch in the room where the CAC interviews child abuse victims. “The most rewarding part is that I know we’re helping the children begin to heal,” said Marinier, a retired Algonquin police officer. (Independent photo by Ken Farver)
When the Woodstock Police Department recently investigated a 4-year-old allegation of child sexual assault, the department called on the Child Advocacy Center of McHenry County for help. Their collaboration led […]
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