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Every Child: We strive to ensure that our network of CACs is reaching every child in need of CAC services in Texas.
Every Service: We strive to ensure that children have access to the full array of services provided by a CAC of which they need.
Every Effort: We strive to ensure that all children receive the highest standard of care through Texas CACs.

We Are CACTX

This year, 58,432 children received services from one of the 71 children's advocacy centers across the state of Texas.

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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Did you know:

Out of 58,432 child victims served at a CAC in Texas during state fiscal year 18, 47%

were between the ages of 6 and 12.

Report Suspected Abuse
Call 1-800-252-5400 or 9-1-1
www.txabusehotline.org


News & Events

Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott Host 2nd Dream Big Blanket Wrapping Party

CACTX Women of Courage members participated in their 2nd Dream Big Blanket Wrapping Party at the Texas Governor’s Mansion! Members participated in a volunteer event where they assembled the Dream Big blankets that will be shipped to the participating CACs in the 2019 My Safe Space: A Room Makeover Project. Thank you to our host and Honorary Woman of Courage, Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott!

U.S. Senator John Cornyn Visits CAC and Discusses Child Sexual Abuse Training Legislation

CACTX and the Center for Child Protection hosted U.S. Senator John Cornyn for a roundtable on April 17th to discuss the importance of training on recognizing, reporting, and preventing child sexual abuse. Senator Cornyn recently filed the Jenna Quinn Law that would authorize federal funding for training programs, like those at Texas CACs, via federal grants through the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act. This new funding opportunity could help sustain our CAC network’s ability to ensure school employees, parents, children, and community members are trained in preventing, recognizing, and reporting abuse.

Joy Rauls Talks Preventing Child Abuse

CACTX CEO Joy Rauls was featured on Spectrum News Austin’s In Focus for Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Month. Joy spoke about the vital part we all play in keeping children safe and the continuing impact of the Texas CAC network.

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Training

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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