Family Advocacy Internship
This internship is a direct service position for students who are studying coursework in social work, psychology, criminal justice, family studies, or other similar fields. Students will learn how to work directly with the children and the families who visit the Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center. Students will learn how the case will be worked through the interview process, referrals, and crisis intervention.
Temporary / Seasonal
Community & Social Services, Education / Teaching / Training
Social and Community Service Managers, Child, Family, and School Social Workers
WILLIAMSON COUNTY CHILDREN’S ADVOCACY CENTER
The mission of Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center (WCCAC) is to provide a safe place to disclose child abuse, reduce the emotional trauma for children and non-offending family members, & extend professional services that protect the integrity of an investigation. Since 1997, we have provided a welcoming, child-friendly, and safe place for children and their families to share their experiences of abuse. We strive to reduce the emotional trauma for children and their non-offending family members throughout their journey with us. Our professional services align with local law enforcement and the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) to ensure the integrity of child abuse investigations are protected each step of the way. In our Center, we provide everything from forensic interviews to medical examinations, family advocacy, mental health counseling, and community education.