The Granite State Children’s Alliance

No Excuse - End Abuse



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2018 Goals:

The Granite State Children’s Alliance is committed to supporting Child Advocacy Centers in New Hampshire. We recently completed a year-long strategic planning initiative that engaged 55 key stakeholders from across the state committed to improving the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) experience. The results of the five-year plan, “Runway to 2021,” will positively affect the direction of our organization, our child protection system in New Hampshire and our CAC movement. The full report detailing the process and our goals is available on our website. Another goal for 2018 is to expand KNOW & TELL, our public responsibility movement to educate and empower adults to KNOW the signs of abuse and TELL responsible authorities when they recognize them.  

Giving Opportunities:

Granite State Children’s Alliance fully supports the only statewide fundraiser for Child Advocacy Centers, Beards for Bucks-Razorless for a Reason. Law enforcement officers from across the state are allowed to grow professional looking facial hair for the month of October as a fun and engaging way to raise money for their local CAC.  Officers and CACs depend on the generosity of the community to make this event a success. Another investment opportunity is expanding our KNOW & TELL program. Its continued success and growth is made possible by our donors. Please visit our website to learn more.

Mission Statement:

To provide all victims of child abuse in New Hampshire a neutral environment where justice, healing, equity and prevention are fostered through consistent, high quality and sustaining collaboration of community partners.

Service Locations:

Granite State Children’s Alliance (GSCA) serves as the NH Chapter of the National Children’s Alliance and is the statewide organization for New Hampshire’s eleven Child Advocacy Centers (CACs).  There is a CAC in each county, with Hillsborough County having two centers, one in Nashua and one in Manchester.


Board Officers   /   Board Members

  • Joseph “Tate” Curti
    President
    Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
     
  • Phillip Taub, Esq.
    Vice President
    Nixon Peabody
     
  • Cyndi Livermore
    Treasurer
    Livermore Consulting Group
     
  • Lt. Michael Moushegian
    Secretary
    Rockingham County Attorney’s Office
     
  • Cathy Brittis
    Child Advocacy Center of Grafton & Sullivan Counties
     
  • Andy Crews
    Auto Fair
     
  • Tiffany Eddy
    Tiffany Eddy & Associates
     
  • Chris Hodgdon
    Comcast
     
  • Stephen Langan
    Fidelity Management and Research Company
     
  • Dr. Joe Leahy
    Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
     
  • Lt. Nicole Ledoux
    Manchester Police Department
     
  • Brad Russ
    Internet Crimes Against Children
     
  • Dr. Adrian Thomas
    New Hampshire NeuroSpine Institute
     
  • Richard C. Tracy
    NH Department of Justice, Attorney
    General’s Office
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