One of the many services provided by the Center for Child Protection’s Family Advocate Program is a mental health assessment, if needed, with children after they’ve received a forensic interview. During this time, the Family Advocates use an evidenced-based safety plan where they help the kids identify coping skills they can use when they are
Center for Child Protection becomes first children’s advocacy center in Texas to be site-certified in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics
The Center for Child Protection, Travis County’s children advocacy center (CAC), recently completed a 15-month training process to become the first CAC in Texas to be site-certified in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT), a ground-breaking approach to understanding and treating severely traumatized children.
The certification was made possible with the support of the St. David’s
Center for Child Protection’s strong financial health and commitment to accountability and transparency have earned it a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. The Center has earned Charity Navigator’s fifth 4-star rating, the highest possible rating that indicates the organization adheres to sector best practices and executes its mission in a
NFL Alumni teamed up with Center for Child Protection for annual banquet and golf tournament raising nearly $340,000 for abused children
The 15th Annual NFL Alumni Caring for Kids Banquet, sponsored by Lexus of Austin & Lakeway and Golf Classic, presented by KB Home, raised nearly $340,000 to benefit Travis County child abuse victims. The money raised will help the Center for Child Protection continue its mission to reduce the trauma for children and their protective
Today the Center for Child Protection hosted a press conference to highlight its collaboration with local agencies and commitment to ending the cycle of abuse as well as the addition of a new pet therapy and court-assistance dog, Mickler.
Interim APD Police Chief Brian Manley spoke on the issue of child abuse, stating that more than
The engine roar of the world’s most exclusive cars signified an event of a lifetime on Thursday, March 30, at the Circuit of The Americas. Combining fast cars and philanthropy, participants raised more than $183,000, benefiting the Center for Child Protection.
“Ride.Drive.Give. is a one-of-a-kind event here in Austin that has continued to grow since its
The Center for Child Protection is proud to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $60,000 by the Austin Community Foundation. The funds will be used for the Center’s primary service, forensic interviews.
“Our organization provided 1,025 children with forensic interviews in 2015, a 29% increase from the year prior,” Michael Torres, Center for
Dancing with the Stars Austin, presented by Lexus of Austin & Lakeway, provided a 10th anniversary to remember with competition, philanthropy and a raffle drawing, all to benefit Travis County child abuse victims. The entertainment-filled evening played host to nearly 1,000 people in the Hilton Austin’s Grand Ballroom and raised more than $1.1 million.
The 13th annual PlayBingo Ladies Luncheon presented by Lexus of Austin & Lakeway brought together a multitude of Austin women and Center for Child Protection supporters for a common cause – ending the cycle of child abuse – and a common love – BINGO. The ever-popular, sold-out event held in the Hilton Austin Grand Ballroom
In one month the Center for Child Protection had 381 children visit the Center. Whether they were here for a forensic interview, therapy or medical services or here supporting a brother or sister, these children all got to spend time in our Kid’s Play Area.
The Center has incredible staff who spend time with these children before