WHAT IS THE MDT?
The Cullman County Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) is a collaborative effort between the District Attorney's Office, Law Enforcement, and the Department of Human Resources (DHR) to coordinate services for you and your family while your child's allegation of abuse is under investigation. In order to ensure the safety and protection of children, the law requires that reports of possible abuse of children be investigated by DHR. In cases where a crime may have occurred, law enforcement must be notified, the MDT's primary goal is to reduce the number of times your child will need to talk with different professionals. The MDT is designed to respond to your questions as quickly and as sensitively as possible during the investigation.
Is the CAC a non-profit corporation?
Yes, the CAC is a non-profit tax-exempt 501(c)(3), incorporated in Alabama.
How is the CAC governed?
The CAC has an independent Board of Directors. The Board meets four times each year.
How many employees does the CAC have?
The CAC employs 3 full-time and one part-time staff.
What are the Advocacy Center’s partner agencies?
- Department of Human Resources, Cullman County -256-737-5300
- Cullman Police Department - 256-734-1434
- Cullman County Sheriff's Department - 256-734-0342
- Cullman County District Attorney's Office - 256-736-2800
- Cullman Area Mental Health Center - 256-734-4688
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To report suspected abuse in Alabama
call 256-737-5300 or 911
Outside of Alabama, call 1-800-422-4453.