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Children's Safe Harbor
A Children's Advocacy Center

 

 
 
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Welcome to Children's Safe Harbor

Combined, Montgomery, San Jacinto, and Walker counties receive more than 3000 reports per year of children who have been harmed by sexual and/or physical abuse. In the past, victims seeking help faced multiple contacts with different community professionals, which created a maze of confusion and distress for the child and the family.          

Children's Safe Harbor has changed all of that.


Our Mission:

Children's Safe Harbors' mission is to protect and enhance the life of every child who has the courage to battle sexual and physical abuse.

Our Vision:

With a team of community and professional agencies united, we are committed to counsel the mind and heal the body of brave children and prosecute the offenders of the youngest and most vulnerable victims of our society.

Our Goal:

The goal of Children's Safe Harbor is to reduce the trauma of child victims and their non-offending caregivers by facilitating a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary team approach to intervention, investigation, prosecution and treatment of child sexual and severe physical abuse.



 

#GivingTuesday

A Global Giving Movement
November 28, 2017

A few years ago, our nationally accredited children’s advocacy center was seeing an average of 99 new cases of child sexual and severe abuse per month. In September 2017, we saw 179 new cases of abuse (a nearly 80% increase in the previous year’s monthly totals). In October, 2017 we saw 229 new cases of abuse (more than twice the previous year’s monthly totals!). Children’s Safe Harbor encourages the community to:

“Know Us Before You Need Us”


 

 Children's Safe Harbor 1519 Oddfellow Street Conroe, TX  77301 
Phone: 936-756-4644  Fax: 936-756-4311
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info@childrenssafeharbor.org

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