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Resources to Help Keep Kids Safe

TO REPORT SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE.

If you suspect a child is in immediate danger, call 911. For all other cases in Texas call the abuse and neglect hotline at 800-252-5400 or report online at txabusehotline.org.

Keeping Kids Safe Information Card - English | Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Flyer - English & Spanish | Signs of Child Abuse Flyer - English & Spanish | A Texas School Employee Guide - English & Spanish |  Managing Stress During COVID-19: A Resource for Parents - English & Spanish  

External Resources:

Darkness to Light  |  Texas Association of School Administrators  |  Texas Department of Family and Protective Services  | Texas Association of School Administrators  |  Texas Education Agency  |  National Children's Alliance

The Texas Youth Helpline:

Call 1-800-989-6884, Text 512-872-5777 or Chat Online 

Statewide COVID-19 Mental Health Support Line: Call 833-986-1919 – Available 24/7  

Videos


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Did you know:

Of the 68,018 child victims served at a CAC in Texas in 2021, 35%

of these children were male.


News & Events

Giving Tuesday

Join CACTX as we participate on November 29th, and together we can build a future where all children are free from sexual abuse.

Jenna Quinn Law

The Jenna Quinn Law would authorize federal grants to eligible entities to increase evidence-based or informed sexual abuse prevention education training.

Protecting Survivors – Respect for Child Survivors Act

The Respect for Child Survivors Act would require the FBI to use multidisciplinary teams when investigating child sexual abuse cases, child sexual abuse material cases, and child trafficking cases.

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Task Force Applications

We are pleased to make funds available to pilot a Regional Crimes Against Children Task Force in partnership with our Statewide Multidisciplinary Task Force to strengthen child abuse investigations.

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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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