Welcome to CACDC Donations!

Now Open Accepting Donations. Thank you for your patience during this Covid-19 Pandemic 

We appreciate your donations! Please call or email to schedule your residential pick up today.

Thank you for your interest in partnering with our agency and joining the fight against child abuse. Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County is a 501 (C)3 non-profit serving who have been victims of sexual abuse or physical abuse. CACDC works with 34 Denton County Law Enforcement agencies, Juvenile Probation, Denton County District Attorney’s Office, Child Protective Services, Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners, Donors, Volunteers and You to help families receive the justice and healing they so rightfully deserve.

Providing a Solution

Recognizing the need for a united effort in combating and treating child abuse in Denton County, the District Attorney’s Office formed the Denton County Children’s Advocacy Center Task force in 1994. This task force was comprised of representatives from the District Attorney’s office, Child Protective Services, law enforcement, professionals in abuse-related fields, and community members. This group of concerned citizens laid the groundwork for an Advocacy Center – a child friendly place where child victims could be interviewed and counseled during investigations of alleged child abuse. The Center became fully operational in April of 1997. Today, the Center is a non-profit agency governed by a volunteer board of directors. We strive to minimize the trauma of child abuse through a team approach to the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of serious child abuse cases. The team approach consolidates law enforcement, Child Protective Services, prosecutors, therapists and volunteers in one location.