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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.

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.

Amerigroup Foundation supports Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas’ efforts to serve child victims

Joy Rauls, executive director of Children’s Advocacy Centers (CACs) of Texas, thanks the Amerigroup Foundation for their recent grant to assist children with disabilities that are victims of crime. Studies have long established that children with disabilities are disproportionately criminally victimized.  In order for these children to receive the justice and healing they deserve, our network of local CACs must have the tools and training required to deliver specialized service to this population.  This grant will assist in this important endeavor.  Watch this video to learn more.

Did you know:

Out of 40,000 child victims served at a CAC in Texas each year: 33%

of these children are male.