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Join Us to Help Victims of Child Abuse

Boser ConstructionCentraCare Health opened the Child Advocacy Center in September 2016 to help children who have been physically, sexually or emotionally abused. By working closely with law enforcement, child protection, county attorneys, advocates, mental health and medical professionals in one location, we can ensure children receive the proper care and support during and after a child abuse investigation.

The skilled and compassionate team at the Child Advocacy Center has made a remarkable difference in the lives of these children, but the need and the cost to serve victims of child abuse continues to grow.

This is where YOU can help. You can make a difference in the lives of these victims of child abuse through your gift to the CentraCare Health Foundation. And now through Dec. 31, your gift will DOUBLE thanks to the generosity of Boser Construction who will match up to $100,000 of gifts received. All matching gift proceeds will benefit the Central Minnesota Child Advocacy Center.

Learn more and make an online donation now.

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