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Childrens Assessment Center Foundation

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Causes: Child Abuse Prevention, Community Mental Health Centers, Crime & Law, Domestic Violence, Human Services, Mental Health, Protection Against Abuse

Mission: The organization's mission is to provide a professional, compassionate and coordinated approach to the treatment of sexually abused children and their families and to serve as an advocate for all children in our community.

Programs: Therapy and psychological services: this division provides on-site and home-based therapy, psychological assessments and psychiatric evaluations to child victims and their families. With the assistance of harris county, the center provided 5,547 therapy and psychological units of service to children and 2,917 to adults.

forensic services division: this division provided 3,252 non-threatening and non-leading forensic digitally-captured interviews and 385 extended assessments for sexually abused and traumatized children. The family advocates assisted forensic services in the coordination of services among children's protective services, law enforcement and legal professionals during the investigative stage of the case, providing 3,324 services to the families of children who have been sexually abused.

medical clinic division: expert physicians administered 1,104 sexual assault examinations and rape evidence collection kits using state-of-the-art video and digital colposcopy, a non-invasive and technologically advanced procedure ($465,680). Children's services division: promotes the complete wellness and recovery of each child by offering activities separate from evaluation and treatment, such as holiday parties, summer opportunities and other donor-supported activities ($87,634). Community outreach division: increases public awareness of child sexual abuse through presentations to schools, civic organizations, religious centers and other social service agencies to help professionals and parents to learn about issues relating to child sexual abuse ($65,106).

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