The NACA Speakers Bureau was formed to bring more awareness
to child maltreatment in Indian Country. We are pleased to offer
list of outstanding speakers who are experts in their field of practice
in protecting children. NACA experts are available for a variety of presentation venues including national and regional conferences, association meetings and other functions. We are here to help you have the most successful event, gala or conference. Informative and dynamic speakers are ready to talk with you about important child abuse issues that face our Native American communities. It is NACA’s goal to eliminate child physical and sexual abuse in tribal communities by raising awareness and educating adults who are responsible for protecting Native children.
We work with event organizers to find a price that fairly compensates the speaker and yet works within your budget. Call us to discuss your training needs. Our staff will assist you to find the best qualified speaker for your event.
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Why We Exist
Who We Are
While child abuse and child sexual assault are pervasive crimes in communities across the United States, the rate of these violent crimes against children in Indian Country is extreme.*
NACA exists to ensure the children and families who are victims of violent crimes in Indian Country are afforded services, victims' rights, notifications, cultural considerations and justice.
NACA supports these efforts by providing multi-jurisdictional, multi-disciplinary child abuse training to professionals from federal, state, local and tribal agencies, as well as community awareness and prevention tools.
* The Attorney General's advisory committee on American Indian and Alaska Native children exposed to violence.
The Native American Children's Alliance (NACA) is a national, nonprofit organization consisting of Native American child abuse professionals and allied partners dedicated to end the epidemic of child abuse in Indian Country.
NACA was established in 1999 by a small group of Native American mothers who recognized a significant need for appropriate and comprehensive services for Indian children who were victims of abuse.
Since that time, NACA has assisted tribes with establishing child advocacy centers (CACs), developed a reputation for being the foremost trainer on child abuse matters in Indian Country and served to facilitate multi-jurisdictional collaborations and cooperative agreements in spite of historical difficulties and limited resources.
By listening to the voices of children, families and tribal communities, NACA continues to serve and
assist Indian Country.
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