The Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) are separate and distinct programs sharing a building, a director, and a Board of Directors. They both serve children in and from Navarro County…they both serve children who have been victims of abuse, neglect, or other crimes. Both programs are staffed by dedicated individuals who have been extensively trained…and if they did not exist, these children and families would be abandoned to a complex and intimidating legal system, to re-victimization by having to tell their story of abuse again and again, to a system where abusive or neglectful parents have all the rights and the child’s voice is lost, and to a lack of support, comfort, guidance, and counseling in the most frightening time of their lives.
If you can, please consider donating to us.
Child Advocates is a 501(c)(3) organization, and your donations are tax deductible.
We are fortunate to have the financial support of the following individuals and organizations:
Crime Victim’s Compensation Fund (State of Texas)
Health and Human Services (State of Texas)
The Victims of Crime Act (Federal)
The Office of the Attorney General (State of Texas)
The City of Corsicana
The Rena Fleming Foundation
Community National Bank and Trust
The Katherine Carmody Foundation and The Edens Foundation
Bank of America
United Way of Navarro County
The Ranch Radio Station
The Moran Family Foundation
Eric R. Meyers
and numerous others!
and the hundreds of others through the 10 Grand Country Jam.
The 10 Grand Country Jam is a dinner and concert event. It was created by a group of volunteers in 2012. The dinner and concert event is always on the first Saturday in August. There is a reverse raffle and the winner generally chooses between a pontoon boat or a pair of jet skis. For more information, contact Scott Stephens at firstname.lastname@example.org.