SCNCAC has partnered with VidaNyx to help provide Children's Advocacy Centers (CACs) in South Carolina with a cloud-based digital video evidence management system for forensic interview recordings. VidaNyx supports the critical work of CACs and Multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) with a number of benefits including cost savings, time savings in procuring evidence, security in distributing interviews, efficiency in case management and much more! With these savings, CACs have more time to focus on supporting survivors’ healing. We are seeking innovative solutions to fund this system in order to meet the needs of CACs, Multidisciplinary teams, and the over 9,500 children and families they serve each year in South Carolina.
SCNCAC VidaNyx Resources
The remainder of this page has a great deal of resources and information about the VidaNyx system. After reviewing this page and If you are part of a member CAC that is using the VidaNyx system, you can find additional SCNCAC member only resources by using the links below. You will need to login as a member to access the member pages.
Each year in South Carolina CACs provide services to over 9,500 abused kids. Most of these children receive forensic interviews which is a critical first step in reducing the child's trauma and providing healing for the child and family. The forensic interview also provides evidence for judicial proceedings and helps to prevent others from falling victim to the same perpetrator. All CACs need a video management system and VidaNyx is the leading cloud-based digital video evidence management solution for these interview recordings.
Philanthropic leaders have already matched much-needed funding to support digital transformation for more than 50 centers nationwide.
Help support this initiative of bringing cutting-edge technology to protecting South Carolina's most vulnerable. Click the “Contact Us” button and let’s connect on how you or your company can help with this project.
Impact in South Carolina
The VidaNyx pilot project launched in late November of 2019 in South Carolina when a few CACs began using the system.
The VidaNyx Impact report, to the right, shows the impact of implementing VidaNyx in CACs in South Carolina during the pilot project since November of 2019, including cost savings by MDTs. This is data that, without VidaNyx, is not captured by MDTs, and it helps support reporting, updating MOUs and identifying trends in MDTs. A national impact report is available later on this page.
SCNCAC is seeking grant funding to fully fund the VidaNyx project past the pilot stage and implement the system on a statewide level.
Cutting-Edge Cyber Security
VidaNyx includes 12+ layers of cutting-edge cybersecurity to protect against unauthorized access. View this short video to understand the layers of security built in to provide peace of mind to CACs, MDTs and the hundreds of families they support each year.
The VidaNyx Impact page, shown to the left, shows the national impact of implementing VidaNyx in CACs, including six-figure cost savings by MDTs. This is data that, without VidaNyx, is not captured by MDTs, and it can support grant applications and reporting, updating MOUs and identifying trends in MDTs.
Whether you are one of our South Carolina CACs that is a VidaNyx customer or looking to become one, the dedicated team at VidaNyx is excited to connect!
You can use the links above to contact VidaNyx customer support or the VidaNyx Outreach Team. As CACs in South Carolina implement the VidaNyx system, you can view numbers specific to South Carolina in the impact chart near the top of this page.
Violet the Bear is the VidaNyx Ambassador. She does her “beary” best to support South Carolina CACs and is a great snuggle buddy for center visitors too. She may be a teddy bear but she is mighty - taking on the mission of digital transformation to protect survivors’ disclosures for years to come!
Resource Page for Member CAC's Using VidaNyx
If you are with one of our member CACs and are currently using the VidaNyx System or are interested in using it in the future, we have a resource page with additional information. You will need to login with your SCNCAC username and password to access the page.