KANKAKEE – Clove Alliance is now the operating name of the KC-CASA organization.
“Our new brand needed to be clearer and more inclusive—accessible to survivors in need and recognizable for community referrals. So welcome to Clove Alliance for hope and healing.” Clove Alliance Executive Director Tracey Noe-Slach said Monday.
Noe-Slach says the name change was an opportunity to ‘evolve our name.’
The new organization structure will, much like a clove itself, focus on four focused segments, including advocacy, counseling, prevention, and the survivor. You can find more online at the organization’s new website, CloveAlliance.org.