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Not all the scars left behind when a child is abused are visible or physical scars. All too often these scars of maltreatment manifest themselves in other disturbing ways including increased juvenile and adult crime rates, alcohol and drug abuse problems and emotional disorders.

But there is hope.

You can help these children by making your gift today to Children's Advocacy Centers™ of Texas, Inc. (CACTX). Your gift will support the services CACTX provides to local children’s advocacy centers (CACs) in Texas, ensuring that all abused children in the state have access to the caring and compassionate services that a CAC provides.

Thank you for your generosity. Your support makes a profound difference in the lives of abused children in our state.

Thank You to our Generous Supporters


Altria   •   Amerigroup  •  AT&T  •  Blackridge   •   Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas  

BNSF Railway Co.  •  CenterPoint Energy  •  Children’s Assessment Center Foundation 

Children's Hospital Association of Texas  •  Dallas Children's Advocacy Center

Dickson Furniture   •   Direct Energy  •  Gray Reed & McGraw, P.C.  •  Johnson & Johnson

KP Energy   •   Luther King Capital Management   •   SuperiorHealth Plan 

Texans for Lawsuit Reform  •  Texas State University System Foundation  

TXU Energy  •  UnitedHealth Group   •   University of Texas at Arlington

UPS   •  Michelle Apodaca/Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis

2015 Women of Courage: Big Impact on Little Lives Luncheon

A Special Thanks to our Partners

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, Inc. | Blue Cross Blue Shield logo AT&T | AT&T corporate logo Time Warner Cable | Time Warner Cable logo Direct Energy | Direct Energy Centerpoint Energy | Centerpoint Energy HEB | H-E-B’s Tournament of Champions Charitable Trust has contributed to worthy causes throughout Texas, and we continue to support our community as…

Did you know:

Out of 43,000 child victims served at a CAC in Texas last year, 26%

were not old enough to attend kindergarten.