(West Plains) – The South Central Child Advocacy Center in West Plains has been open for two years, and things are moving fast, according to Executive Director Barbara Brown-Johnson. She spoke with Ozark Radio News and told us what the center does:
She continued, saying that Neighborhood Assistance Program, or NAP, tax credits are available for businesses interested in donating to the center:
The building renovations are roughly $500,000, which is what the CAC hopes to raise in donations for the tax credits. Johnson says that in the two years the office has been open, things have been busy, which made the center open for longer:
The South Central Child Advocacy Center services Douglas, Howell, Ozark, Oregon, Texas, Wright and Shannon counties. For more information, visit www.childadvocacycenter.org.