a. direct the development and implementation of a certification program for the State's
child advocacy centers and multidisciplinary teams pursuant to section 5 of this act;
b. develop a comprehensive plan for evaluating the effectiveness of the State's child
advocacy centers and multidisciplinary teams; and
c. apply for and accept any grant of money from the State or federal government or
other sources, which may be available to establish, expand, or improve child advocacy
centers or multidisciplinary teams pursuant to section 7 of this act. 2 Any monies received by the board shall be deposited in the “Child Advocacy Center-Multidisciplinary
Team Fund” established pursuant to section 6 of this act. 3
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