The national and state associations noted below are affiliate organizations whose missions complement our mission to help organizations Prepare for Greatness!™ We find great value in collaborating with our affiliates to meet members’ accreditation needs and truly appreciate their partnership and support!
The Association of Children’s Residential Centers provides a network of learning and support, and advocate for quality residential interventions for children. This national association is dedicated to being a powerful international voice for best practices and innovation in children’s residential field.
The Business Council of Westchester in New York is Westchester County’s largest and most influential business membership organization. The BCW works hard to grow the economy, create jobs and build a strong business community in Westchester County. thebcw.org
The Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies (COFCCA) is the principal representative for nearly all the not-for-profit organizations providing foster care, adoption, family preservation, and juvenile justice services in New York State. COFCCA works with its members and government to ensure quality services for children and their families.
In 1988, the Foster Family-based Treatment Association (FFTA) was founded to develop, promote and support treatment foster care. It is the only national, nonprofit association representing treatment foster care programs across North America. Its member programs provide treatment foster care services to more than 50,000 children and youth each year.
The mission of the Indiana Association of Resources and Child Advocacy (IARCA) is to promote cooperation, communication, development and mutual support among organizations and systems providing services to children and their families in Indiana, and to advocate for the establishment and maintenance of the highest quality, most effective, and most appropriate services possible to children and their families.
The Missouri Coalition of Children’s Agencies (MCAA) has been advocating for Missouri’s children, families and communities for over 40 years. MCAA is committed to advancing child and family well-being, child abuse prevention, effective intervention, and high impact education, treatment and care. MCCA promotes policies and training to support its members in their efforts to provide the highest quality of care.
Guiding The WAY! NATSAP is the largest not-for-profit membership association dedicated to residential treatment centers, therapeutic boarding schools, and wilderness therapy programs. NATSAP member programs are devoted to providing effective care to thousands of individuals experiencing a wide range of mental and behavioral difficulties.
NICWA works to support the safety, health, and spiritual strength of American Indian and Alaska Native children along the broad continuum of their lives. It supports tribes in building the capacity to prevent child abuse and neglect through positive systems change at the state, federal, and tribal levels. It provides the most comprehensive source of information on American Indian and Alaska Native child welfare. Together, its partners, board, and staff work to protect Native children and keep them connected to their family, community, and culture.
The New Jersey Alliance for Children, Youth & Families represents private organizations that serve at-risk children and adolescents in NJ, providing advocacy, education, and a common voice on behalf of families and individuals.
NOSAC is a national organization made up of State Associations who represent children and children services. Its purpose and mission is to facilitate networking and to share information among its member associations. On a national level, it coordinates issues with other National Organizations and provides uncompromising leadership.
The Pennsylvania Council of Children, Youth & Family Services is a statewide organization of private agencies. Its members are the service providers who provide the direct “hands-on” programs and supports needed to achieve and maintain permanency and safety for children and youth and stability for families. The safety and well-being of Pennsylvania’s children and their families have long been held as priorities by private agencies who share a deep commitment to keeping children safe, families strong, and communities involved.
Together Georgia is a preeminent voice in Georgia’s child and welfare policy-making through Advocacy, Collaboration, Networking, and Communication. Together Georgia empowers member organizations to maximize their impact and outreach by connecting fellow service providers and advocating for them and the families they serve.