County Attorney Tom Johnson and Assistant County Attorney Tom Frost visit the site of the nation’s first child advocacy center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Articles of Incorporation filed. The new organization is named Child Abuse Evaluation Center.
A groundbreaking ceremony is held to recognize the construction of a new facility at 2502 Tenth Avenue South.
CornerHouse receives the National Association of Counties Achievement Award.
The Hennepin County Attorney's office formally adopts a policy that CornerHouse interviews are required for all cases involving child victims under the age of 10.
CornerHouse is recognized as a full member of the National Network of Child Advocacy Centers.
The agency is renamed CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation and Training Center.
The first “Case Review Meeting” of the Interagency Team is held at CornerHouse.
CornerHouse and APRI are selected as the recipients of the Peter Drucker Nonprofit Innovation Award for the Finding Words™ Training Program.
CornerHouse is honored as the 2004 Sheila Wellstone Gold Watch recipient for working collaboratively with law enforcement, child protection, and the county attorney’s office to provide a safe place for children to tell of their experiences of abuse.
CornerHouse's application for continued status as an Accredited member of the National Children's Alliance is approved with no recommendations for improvement.
The CornerHouse Forensic Interview Protocol is significantly revised to include the following stages: Build Rapport, Seek Information, Explore Statements, End Respectfully and three guiding principles: Person Centered, Semi-Structured and Forensically Sound.
Multi-disciplinary Planning Committee is formed to study the feasibility of creating a child abuse evaluation center. The committee meets throughout the next two years.
In the first six weeks of being open, forensic interviews and medical examinations are provided to 52 children.
The organization is renamed CornerHouse Interagency Child Abuse Evaluation Center.
CornerHouse videotapes of forensic interviews are used for the first time in two criminal cases in Hennepin County.
In less than six months of operation, CornerHouse serves over 200 children.
CornerHouse provides its first training services outside of Hennepin County.
The capital building expansion and remodeling funding campaign begins.
The training program is advertised on a national level. In the fall, four training sessions are provided at the sponsoring agency’s facility.
An open house is held in the newly remodeled and expanded facility, which increased in size from 2,212 to 8,120 square feet.
CornerHouse is accredited as a full member of the National Children’s Alliance.
CornerHouse receives a commendation from the Hennepin Board of County Commissioners.
CornerHouse receives Community Leadership Award from Hennepin County Attorney Amy Klobuchar.
CornerHouse commemorates 20 years at the Annual Meeting. CornerHouse presents first showing of "Healing Young Lives" DVD telling the CornerHouse story.
CornerHouse’s Board of Directors approves expansion to a satellite office in Rogers, MN, allowing better access to clients in the northwest metro and relieving pressure on the Minneapolis office.