Our Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) is comprised of highly trained child abuse professionals each having their own unique area of expertise. At the Children’s Advocacy Center of Central Texas, our MDT works in collaboration throughout child abuse investigations. As a result, investigators and detectives are able to complete investigations more effectively and expeditiously, leading to stronger cases for prosecution. Furthermore, agency responses and support to victims and non-offending caregivers are improved and trauma is reduced. We gratefully acknowledge our MDT Partners:


  • Bell County District Attorney's Office
  • Bell County Attorney's Office
  • Bell County Sheriff's Office
  • Belton Police Department
  • Harker Heights Police Department
  • Holland Police Department
  • Killeen Police Department
  • Little River Academy Police Department
  • Morgan's Point Resort Police Department
  • Nolanville Police Department
  • Rogers Police Department
  • Salado Police Department
  • Temple Police Department
  • Troy Police Department
  • Department of Family and Protective Services
  • McLane Children's Hospital, Forensic Program
  • Coryell County District Attorney's Office
  • Coryell County Attorney's Office
  • Coryell County Sheriff's Office
  • Gatesville Police Department
  • Copperas Cove Police Department
  • Fort Hood CID
  • Bell County Juvenile Probation Department
  • Milam County Districts Attorney's Office
  • Milam County Sheriff's Office
  • Cameron Police Department
  • Rockdale Police Department
  • Thorndale Police Department
  • Buckholts Police Department

MDT Orientation

Welcome to the team! We appreciate your willingness to serve children in your specialized area of expertise. We encourage new team members to attend MDT Orientation. This training serves as a guide for new members to become familiar with the CACCT processes, the purpose of the MDT, and the responsibilities of MDT members. Additionally, this orientation provides several resources to promote a better understanding of each professional role within the Children's Advocacy Center model and foster collaboration among professionals that serve children and families.

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