WORCESTER – It’s no coincidence that the first thing a visitor sees upon entering the Children’s Advocacy Center of Worcester County is a brightly-colored wall mural depicting rolling green meadows under powder-blue skies and furry creatures frolicking in the forest. Everything about the newly accredited center on the fifth floor of District Attorney Joseph D.
WORCESTER – While it will never be easy for young victims of abuse to share their story, the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office’s Child Advocacy Center has made the process more child-friendly.
Melissa Angiolillo has been director since December 2013 of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Worcester County on the fifth floor of District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.’s office at 180 Main St., Worcester. A main function is to interview children believed to have been the victims of sexual or physical abuse and to assess their medical and social service needs.