The Dee Norton Lowcounty Children's Center project Implementing Evidence-Based Treatment (EBT) Interventions for Children and Adolescents with Sexual Behavior Problems will increase access to treatment for children and their nonoffending caregivers traumatized by abuse who exhibit or who are at risk for exhibiting sexual behavior problems (SBPs). The goal is to reduce the negative impacts of SBP by increasing the number of direct services provided by clinicians and community partners trained in evidence-supported treatment interventions for 252 children and their nonoffending caregivers. The children and caregivers DNLCC serves come from diverse ethnic, racial, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds from Charleston and Berkeley counties. DNLCC, a Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) will implement treatments developed by the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center through a community-based Learning Collaborative. Multidisciplinary partners of the CAC will participate as a Community Change Team (CCT). The center will train mental health professionals; and will provide evidence-based treatment plans, case management, and monitoring for children with SBPs and their families through weekly CAC multidisciplinary team case reviews.