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There are 68 children’s advocacy centers in the state of Texas serving 40,000 children each year.
a collaborative response for children impacted by abuse.
The Women of Courage Committee is a collective group of women throughout Texas who are making a BIG impact on LITTLE lives.


The mission of Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas, Inc. (CACTX) is to restore the lives of abused children by supporting children’s advocacy centers (CACs) in partnership with local communities and agencies investigating and prosecuting child abuse.

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Learn more about children's advocacy centers in Texas by visiting our video gallery.

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Did you know:

Out of 40,000 child victims served at a CAC in Texas last year, 26%

were not old enough to attend kindergarten.

Report Suspected Abuse
Call 1-800-252-5400 or 9-1-1

News & Events

Efforts underway to support April Child Abuse Prevention Month.

Our goal for this month, and every month, is to increase the public’s understanding of the signs of abuse and how to report abuse, as well as spotlighting the CAC’s work as one of the most effective and specialized resources available to this population for mental health recovery services.

Women of Courage first grants awarded to 6 CACs in Texas.

CACTX announces the first recipients of the Women of Courage grant. Learn more about the Women of Courage and see the 3-minute videos the CACs submitted to win the grant.

CACs in Texas receive first telehealth training in PCIT through grant from The Meadows Foundation.

Therapists coach parents through telehealth technology to help children heal at CACs in Texas.

CACTX launches new campaign Courage to Report, Courage to Heal, for One with Courage Initiative.

Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas launches a new campaign under the One with Courage initiative.  “Courage to Report. Courage to Heal” will focus not only on the importance of reporting abuse, but also how reporting ultimately enables these children to get the healing services they need to recover and lead happy, productive lives.

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CACTX is dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of those individuals and agencies who work with child abuse victims within CAC settings. As a central resource for information and technical assistance, we offer a broad array of educational opportunities for CAC personnel, board members and multidisciplinary team members.

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Thank You

Our partners ensure that CACTX continues to provide vital resources to children’s advocacy centers in Texas.

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