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Recent News » Adult Advocacy Centers

Watch the AACs Interview on Daytime Columbus (11/15/22)

Last week, the Adult Advocacy Centers’ Katherine Yoder and Leigha Shoup appeared on Daytime Columbus to spread the word about our important and groundbreaking work. Watch it now! Read more...

Forbes Article Discusses Our Centers and the Importance of Trauma-Informed Design (10/28/22)

Jeffrey Steele writes in Forbes magazine about the architectural plans for our centers. Read more...

Ohio AG Honors AACs with Promising Practice Award (5/10/22)

Today the Adult Advocacy Centers were honored by the Ohio Attorney General's Office with the 2022 Promising Practice Award. This award highlights our innovative work with crime victims/survivors with disabilities. Read more...

The AACs featured in 2022 NCVRW Theme Video! (4/22/22)

We are so proud to announce that the Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime chose the Adult Advocacy Centers as a featured organization in this year’s National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) Theme Video. Read more...

New Annual Report Outlines the AACs' Work in 2021 (2/2/22)

As year two of the global pandemic unfolded, the Adult Advocacy Centers continued to adapt and collaborate in our efforts to support crime victims with disabilities. Read more...

Web story features JCJ Architecture's designs for the Adult Advocacy Centers (11/23/21)

A new article on Topic Architecture discusses the collaborative process that went into JCJ Architecture's designs for the Adult Advocacy Centers prototype. We are still seeking funding to build the first of 10 regional centers. Read more...

New White Paper Explains the Need for the Adult Advocacy Centers (9/20/21)

Consultant Susan Kahan, MA, LCPC, has authored a new white paper that explains the systemic problems the Adult Advocacy Centers are working to solve for adult crime victims with disabilities. Read more...

Architecture Firm Features AACs in Magazine Article (9/2/21)

Peter Bachmann, Principal and Market Sector Leader at JCJ Architecture, discussed their work designing the Adult Advocacy Centers in the most recent issue of NOMA Connecticut, the magazine of the National Organization of Minority Architects Connecticut Chapter.  Read more...

Read About Our Work in Our New Brochure (6/7/21)

Want to read more about the different kinds of work we're doing at the Adult Advocacy Centers? Our new full-color brochure provides a great overview to get you up to speed. Read more...