Benefit for Children's Advocacy of Collin County
Have you ever had a client who had to be interviewed by a Forensic Interviewer at the Children’s Advocacy Center? How does the Center’s Multidisciplinary Team help abused children in Collin County? What make the CACCC special among Advocacy Centers nationally?
Come for a tour of the CACCC and meet with the Center’s leadership team, followed by a joint happy hour with CCBA and CCYLA. Learn how the Advocacy Center operates and how you can help abused and neglected children in Collin County.
CCBA+CCYLA Party with a Purpose benefiting the Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Meet at the CACCC for a tour of the facility -- tours run from 5:30-6:30
Happy hour immediately afterwards in downtown Plano, at Vickery Park, beginning at 6:30
Every year, more than 4,500 children are reported as abused or neglected in our community. The CAC model brings the system to the child rather than the other way around. In Collin County, more than 200 professionals are co-housed in one location. Instead of children having to go from place to place to tell their stories and get help, all the professionals tasked with protecting children from further harm and helping them heal work collaboratively under one roof.
The CACCC is more than a charity - it provides essential services to abused and neglected children, providing safety, healing, and justice for the children of Collin County.