Young abuse victims making their voices heard during pandemic shutdown
It’s not unusual that the Western Kansas Child Advocacy Center should receive calls about suspected physical or sexual abuse.
What is unusual is who the calls are coming from.
“Now we’re getting calls from kids. This is new,” says WKCAC director Kelly Robbins. “It’s because they have nowhere else to go.”
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