Working together for all child victims to be heard, helped and healed…

What We Do

Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County serves children ages birth through 17 who have been victims of physical and/or sexual abuse, witnessed a violent crime or been exposed to community violence. Cases are criminal and are referred to CAC by a law enforcement agency and/or Department of Family & Protective Services Child Protective Services investigator.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County coordinates the efforts of law enforcement agencies, Department of Family & Protective Services Child Protective Services, criminal prosecutors, therapists, victim advocates, and community volunteers in a child-friendly environment in order to bring healing and recovery to child victims of abuse and their families.

How the CAC Model Works
Courtesy Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas

Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County is always at work in our community!

From 1996 through December 2017, Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County has facilitated investigation of 8,423 cases of alleged child abuse, provided services for 27,375 children and long-term counseling for 2,740 children.

Forensic Interviews

8,423

Children & Families Served

27,375

Children in Counseling

2,740

What We Do

Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County serves children ages birth through 17 who have been victims of physical and/or sexual abuse, witnessed a violent crime or been exposed to community violence. Cases are criminal and are referred to CAC by a law enforcement agency and/or Department of Family & Protective Services Child Protective Services investigator.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County coordinates the efforts of law enforcement agencies, Department of Family & Protective Services Child Protective Services, criminal prosecutors, therapists, victim advocates, and community volunteers in a child-friendly environment in order to bring healing and recovery to child victims of abuse and their families.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County is always at work in our community!

From 1996 through December 2017, Children’s Advocacy Center of Smith County has facilitated investigation of 8,423 cases of alleged child abuse, provided services for 27,375 children and long-term counseling for 2,740 children.

Cases investigated by Smith County CAC

8,423

Children provided general services by SCCAC

27,375

Children counseled at Smith County CAC

2,740