BENEFITING: Williamson County Child Advocacy Center
Davis House CAC Successfully Combats Child Abuse
Serving the 21st Judicial District of Middle Tennessee including Williamson, Hickman, Lewis and Perry Counties, the Center coordinates services to abused children and their families in crisis. Our multi-faceted approach supports law enforcement efforts and provides community education focused on prevention and early intervention. As a 501c3 not-for-profit charity, all of our services are provided at no cost to families. Davis House is a nationally accredited advocacy center with a history of helping families restore a sense of normalcy that allows them to reach their full potential.
Mission: Established in 2000, the Child Advocacy Center works to protect children and combat child abuse by coordinating services to victims and their families in crisis and providing community education focused on prevention and early intervention. Last year we provided 1,985 services to 748 new clients (420 children and 328 adult non-offending family members) in the 21st Judicial District which includes Williamson, Hickman, Lewis, and Perry Counties
Services: Funds raised support services to sexually and physically abused children and non-offending family members including: Case Management, Forensic Interviews, Counseling, Victim Advocacy, Support Groups, Community Education Program, Resource Library, Christmas Treasures and Adopt-A-Bear.