DECEMBER STATS
In December, our Therapy Department provided 874 services to 347 clients and family members. We conducted 88 Forensic Interviews. The Family Advocacy & Support Services Department provided 614 services to 288 clients.
GALA 2019

Mark your calendars for Children’s Advocacy Center’s premier, annual fundraiser! Gala 2019, Texas-Sized Fun will feature a three course meal, exciting silent live auctions with many one of a kind experiences, headline entertainment featuring country music star Joe Nichols, and much more! 

Be a part of this exciting evening as we once again take over the official indoor practice field of the Dallas Cowboys. Purchase your sponsorships and tickets today.

Saturday, April 6th
The Star | Frisco, TX
CORPORATE AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS SPOTLIGHT

JCPenney has been a dedicated supporter of Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County for more than 25 years. During this time they have provided significant financial support through large monetary donations and event sponsorships. Additionally, JCPenney employees have made a significant impact in the lives of many of our clients through their outstanding commitment to volunteerism. Since 2011, JCPenney employees have supported various CACCC projects including our annual Back to School Fair, where they provide free haircuts for children and assist with set up, and distribution of backpacks and school supplies. Employees have also volunteered their time at our annual Gala, Holiday Shop, and during seasonal changeovers of our Rainbow Room. Most recently CACCC was awarded a grant from JCPenney for $10,000 in gift cards to support the needs of our clients. These were distributed to families during the 2018 Holiday Project and the remainder will be used throughout the year to help meet the needs of our clients. We are grateful to JCPenney for helping us improve the lives of hundreds of clients through not only this donation, but through their ongoing support and generosity.
SUPPORT WITHOUT BOUNDARIES

Jennifer was sexually assaulted by her stepbrother. When she disclosed the abuse to her mother, the two of them moved out of her step-father’s home immediately. Initially, Jennifer’s mom struggled to provide for herself and her daughter financially and made the difficult decision to move out of state to be closer to her family. Jennifer’s mom was able to obtain a job and has recently been promoted to a supervisor position and is doing much better for herself and Jennifer financially. Jennifer’s CACCC Family Advocate was able to place her into therapy at the local CAC where she and her mother had moved. Our Family Advocate's roles do not have boundaries, and they often provide assistance to clients with relocation and obtaining support services in their new region. 
OUR SUPPORTERS
Estell & Pope Families | Carolyn & Mark Speese
Inez & Dan Browning | Deborah & Donald Braun
DADS Advisory Fund | Cathy & Richard Riccardi
B.B. Owen Trust | City-Wide Roofing
REPORT SUSPECTED CHILD ABUSE | TEXAS CHILD ABUSE HOTLINE
1.800.252.5400
Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County
2205 Los Rios Blvd. Plano, TX 75074 | P: 972.633.6600