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A Quick Q&A with the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County

Question: What does the Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County (CACCC) do?

 

Answer:

The CACCC is a non-profit in Plano with a mission to provide safety, healing, and justice to families and children who are victims of neglect and abuse.

The center uses a multi-disciplinary team approach, providing all the services in one building that a child or family member will need during an abuse or neglect case. This includes forensic interviews, therapy, and family advocacy.

Question: Who does CACCC serve?

 

Answer: 

The CACCC serves 100% of children and families in Collin County that are facing abuse and neglect situations.

Question: Is CACCC the only center in Collin County?

 

Answer:

Yes.

How can I support CACCC and the work it does?

 

Answer:

As a non-profit organization, monetary support is highly relied upon to keep the center running.

In kind donations are also needed.

 

You can drive-up and drop off your donation for the CACCC at CCAR's Holiday Drop & Dash on December 3 from 9 a.m.- 7 p.m.

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