National Drug Endangered Children Training and Advocacy Center (NDEC- TAC)
|Type:||NGO working on Drugs|
|Address:||Executive Director, Holly Dye
605 Sheridan Drive
Lexington, KY 40503
|Country:||United States of America|
Other:'Human Rights, Health'
||Formerly known as the Drug Endangered Child Training Network, an organization that has provided training and tools to over 90.000 professionals since 2004 is expanding efforts and changing the name. Forces have been joined to offer services in a way that is critical to the nation's ability to meet the needs of child victims of drug crimes.
Thousands of children continue to live in dangerous drug environments without notice or recognition of the harms and abuse they have suffered. A specialized investigation method has been developed in response to that problem. The Drug Endangered Children Investigation method provides a way for children to be recognized by a szstem that so often fails to see them. Often it is a simple measurement or a question asked that is the difference between a child who is rescued and a child who is a future offender.