Kids First Child Abuse Treatment and Prevention Center

Located in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, Kids First offers proven-effective evaluation and treatment services for children who have been abused or severely neglected. Our services are comprehensive, child-focused, evidence-based, and are provided at no charge to the families.
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Forensic Interview Room

Forensic Interview Room

In keeping with the need for a neutral, child-friendly setting for interviews, we have created this room for use with all age children.

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Forensic Interview Room

Forensic Interview Room

In keeping with the need for a neutral, child-friendly setting for interviews, we have created this room for use with all age children. The room is outfitted with closed-circuit television equipment.

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Interview Viewing Room

Interview Viewing Room

From this room, team members are able to observe the interview and get the information they need without subjecting the child to the trauma of multiple interviews.

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A Play Therapy Office

A Play Therapy Office

For the younger children we serve, play therapy supplies and environment are provided. Our therapists have extensive training and experience in providing effective play therapy in the resolution of trauma.

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Exam Room

Exam Room

The medical evaluation room is filled with pleasant distractions and interesting visual stimuli to help ease stress. There is always music playing in the background and a helper to keep the child engaged with a book or game during the exam.

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Exam Room 2

Exam Room 2

The exam room is filled with distractions to help keep the child stress-free during an exam. There are many visual distractions and a helper is always there with a handheld game, toy, or book to keep the child occupied throughout the exam.

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Dr. Brown Teaching

Dr. Brown Teaching

Dr. Brown offers a presentation to students on Abusive Head Trauma. They were amazed at how easy it is to damage a child for life through what appear to be "not so terrible" actions. These students are much more prepared to protect rather than unintentionally damage their own children.

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