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The Child Protection Network is a 501c3 organization that supports the work of the Children's Advocacy Center and the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) programs in their quest to protect children. We believe that every child has the right to a home free of abuse and neglect. 


We support the Children's Advocacy Centers in Mclean, Livingston, and Dewitt Counties in their endeavor to investigate crimes against children and provide support to innocent family members and the Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program that recruits and trains community volunteers to be a voice for children placed in the foster care system. 





Welcome "Joch"!


As of January 1, 2016, facility dogs are allowed in courtrooms to accompany child victims of sexual abuse. The comfort these animals bring is unique and profound. CPN is thrilled to have been able to provide $10,700 to help bring Joch to McLean County. CAC Director Judy Brucker, welcomed the fully trained, 2 year old labrador to the center last month and states "Best practice research shows that kids do well if they are feeling comforted at a time when they are anxious and they've experienced some sort of trauma." We know Joch will be an important part of their multidisciplinary team, bringing comfort to child victims of abuse and neglect.








 Darkness to Light Training


Darkness to Light Education/Awareness classes are offered four times each year.  These 2 1/2 hour classes provide critical knowledge to help adults recognize warning signs of abuse and react responsibly.  Please contact Mary Pat Frugo-Anderson at 309-888-5771 for more information.  Training dates for the 2017 calendar year include:


January 24th  12-2:30pm


April 19th  4-6:30pm


June 24th  10-12:30pm


November 15  4-6:30pm





For CASA Information: Please contact Contact CASA Program Director Margie Jordan at (309) 888-5852 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.













  • "Children have a right to feel safe, loved, and cared for. They also have the undeniable right to learn, grow, and become the people they are destined to be. "

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    "No child should have to stand alone. Kids in foster care need a voice. You can help... become a CASA."

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    “Being a CASA is like opening my heart to allow those who are hurt to heal.” A CASA once said, “You start out to change a child’s life and find you’ve also changed your own.”

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    "It’s everyone’s job to protect children. Each day at the Child Protection Network, abused and neglected children find Hope and Healing."

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    "Thank you for joining us in standing up for kids!"

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    "Powerless children need powerful voices."

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Darkness to Light Training: contact Mary Pat Frugo-Anderson at the Child Advocacy Center (309) 888-5771 for more information.  Training dates for 2017 include:  January 24, 2017 (12-2:30pm),  April 19, 2017 (4-6:30pm),  June 24, 2017 (10-12:30pm), November 15, 2017 (4-6:30pm).  















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