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Be Part of Our Collective Impact

Children and families impacted by abuse are not alone. They are seen and heard by hundreds of local professionals dedicated to protecting children across the state of Texas. These professionals jointly investigate and prosecute child abuse cases while supporting the nearly 60,000 children and their families with services and healing through local children’s advocacy centers.

CACTX is committed to addressing the complex issue of child abuse in Texas. But we can’t do it alone; it takes all of us. From knowing the signs and symptoms of abuse, to having courageous conversations about this issue with adults and children in your life, to giving to support services CACTX provides to local children’s advocacy centers in Texas, you can join our collective effort to protect children in your community.

Your support makes a profound difference in the lives of abused children in our state.

Thank You to Our Supporters




Billy Millwee & Associates | Doug and Joy Rauls


Amerigroup | Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas | Charter Communications/Texas Cable Association | The Children’s Assessment Center | DentaQuest | Jim and Kay Kimbell | KP Energy | Brandy Marty Marquez | Norse Partners, LLC | PhRMA | Denise Rose/Jackson Walker | Superior HealthPlan | The University of Texas at Arlington


Blackridge | Sonja Brunson | Children’s Hospital Association of Texas | Clark Hill Strasburger | Community Health Choice | Dickson Furniture Manufacturers | Linebarger Goggan Blair & Sampson, LLP | Mignon McGarry | Molina Healthcare | UTHealth

Women of Courage 

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Did you know:

During fiscal year 2019, 59,919

children receive critical services at a children’s advocacy center in Texas. With your help, we can continue to serve thousands of more children each year.