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The Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre: Social Return on Investment Study

January 5, 2018 • 2 min read
Cover of the Social Return on Investment Study
The Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre (SKCAC) is a unique, integrated model of practice between multiple public agencies that are responsible for responding to child abuse, with the aim to strengthen the partners’ collective ability to provide effective care. It is the result of a conscious co-locate resources at the centre, in order to operationalize an integrated practice model. KPMG was engaged by the Sheldon Kennedy Child Advocacy Centre to assess the social and economic value created by the organization via its unique integrated model of practice.

The objective of this study was to identify, and where possible, quantify the impact SKCAC creates across its stakeholders. The study scope included a number of operational activities currently undertaken by SKCAC, such as joint triage/ consultation, joint assessment and investigation, coordination of therapy, intervention, ongoing support and follow-up, and coordination of prosecution activities. The study also includes ongoing prevention efforts, both in day to day operations, and policy and practice leadership initiatives.

Read the Social Return on Investment Study on the National Children’s Advocacy Centre website

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