Breaking the cycle of abuse,
one child at a time...
Grayson County Children's Advocacy Center
or call 1-800-252-5400 or 9-1-1
In 90% of SEXUAL ABUSE CASES, the children are abused by someone
they know and trust.
Monday, April 1st
Blue Ribbon Day! Blue ribbons were placed around the trees at the Grayson County Court House to remind the community that April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Get your blue ribbon and wear it proudly!
Tuesday, April 2nd
The Grayson County Commissioners Court signed a proclamation at 10 am to officially declare April Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month throughout Grayson County!
Wednesday, April 10th
Go Blue Day was a huge success! You can still wear blue throughout the month to show your support for child abuse prevention. You can purchase your "No Excuse For Child Abuse" blue t-shirts at the Children's Advocacy Center for $10 each.
Sunday, April 28
Blue Sunday. Get your worship community involved. Include a statistic or story in your bulletin or website. Ask your worship leader to say something about protecting children during the services held on this day.
For more information on National Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month, visit the links below:
Thursday, April 4th
The Children's Advocacy Center hosted the 2nd annual One with Courage Luncheon, honoring and thanking Betty Stephens for her continual dedication to bettering the lives of children.
Go Blue for Kids in April!
April is National Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Month. You can show your support of children across the nation by participating in any of our April events, and by wearing blue on each Friday of the month!
From left: CASA Executive Director Shane Hill, Child Protective Services Supervisor Robin Bethel, County Judge Drew Bynum, CAC Executive Director Martha Nuckols, Child Welfare Board Member Mark Teague and District Attorney Joe Brown.