Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County is a non-profit organization that coordinates the investigation of child abuse in a collaborative, child-friendly environment. A team of experts that includes CACDC’s forensic interviewers and family advocates, along with law enforcement, Child Protective Services and prosecutors work together on the investigation. CACDC’s clinical team assists victims and their families with extensive therapy services to heal the wounds of trauma. CACDC also provides child abuse prevention education throughout the community to teach adults who work with children how to recognize and report child abuse.
Since 1997, the CACDC has seen more than 18,000 clients
CACDC’s family advocate team is committed to guiding and educating each family through the complex systems that it enters when an outcry is made. As each case goes through the investigation, prosecution and healing process, the team is there to help the family understand the process, learn about their rights and access resources that will help their family during crisis.LEARN MORE