Northern Michigan Children's Assessment Center (NMCAC)

Northern Michigan Children’s Assessment Center

Giving the most vulnerable a voice

What Do We Do?

NMCAC’s core service is to provide a multidisciplinary response to cases involving a child victim. A typical case might involve multiple law enforcement agencies, state child protective services, the court(s), school(s), medical and mental health providers. NMCAC strives to align these parties and interests into a comprehensive child-focused process that ensures children are given a proper interview, advocacy and treatment.

Put simply, the NMCAC makes sure no child gets lost in the aftermath of child abuse and neglect.

All services are offered free of charge.

Our Mission Statement

To reduce the trauma of child abuse and neglect by providing prevention, intervention and advocacy.



Rebecca Yuncker - Founder

Rebecca graduated from Central Michigan University with her Undergraduate Degree in Child Development and Psychology and earned her Master’s Degree in Counseling. After receiving her Master’s degree she moved to Grand Rapids and worked at the Kent County Children’s Assessment Center for 15 years.

Northern Michigan Children's Assessment Center (NMCAC)

Adult Victims of Assault / Violence