In March, 2014, the Children’s Advocacy Center moved into a 5,600 square foot home on the Masonic Home campus in Covina. The new location is located in a tranquil park like setting. In addition to having more than twice the amount of space, the home is very welcoming for children and adults. This new location will allow the CAC to add a second interview room, increasing the number of children and families who can be receive our services. In addition, the new location is more centrally located thereby making access more convenient to the many agencies that comprise our Multi-Disciplinary Team.
The new location has two beautiful waiting rooms for children and their families, two patios, a nearby playground as well as private meeting areas for team members to discuss cases.
A generous donation from Al Solis, the owner of Mission Recycling in Pomona, made the installation of the new recording equipment possible.