From Molly Horn with Alliance For Children <[email protected]>
Subject The Final Brick Before the Next Build.
Date July 28, 2022 2:55 PM
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The Final Brick Before the Next Build August is the month the House plans began to develop. In 1992, Alliance For Children was founded by a selfless individual, who, alongside other concerned community partners sharing determination and drive, established the first collaborative approach to child abuse in Tarrant County. As one of the first children’s advocacy centers (CAC) in the state, Alliance For Children was a leader in the CAC movement and brought forth a host of services that continue to be tailored to each child who needs them. Today, our community partners continue to work as a team, unified in one goal – providing a safe space for children to talk about and heal from their abuse. We established our earliest partnerships with the belief that Tarrant County victims of child abuse could be more efficiently and comprehensively served through coordinated investigative and legal action. This concept revolutionized the response to cases of child abuse. Prior to the CAC model, children retold the account of what happened to them multiple times to various protective agencies, leading to significant re-traumatization and inconsistency within investigative cases. Enhanced and streamlined communication now reduces the duplication of investigative services, encourages productive healing, and increases successful prosecution of offenders. Since then, we have made many progressive strides and added partnerships, but one thing remains—our dedication to these children and their betterment. We continue to evolve in order to meet the immediate needs of Tarrant County’s dramatic population growth and in turn, the increased demand for our programs and services. Whether it is a family advocate meeting with a protective caregiver, one of our partners conducting an investigation, or a therapist navigating this trauma with one of our kids, the staff and partners here at Alliance For Children work tirelessly to bring these children figuratively into a Home, and literally into a new life full of safety and trust. We are committed to continuing to provide free access to our services and our multidisciplinary team of experts, to ensure that every child victim in need of our Home is cared for to the fullest extent. Reflecting on the past 30 years, we are sure of a few things. One, that we are stronger and better prepared to handle disclosures of and healing from child abuse through the relocation of our Fort Worth center, and the current and upcoming renovations of our Arlington and Northeast centers. Secondly, our dedication to these child victims is unchanged. We will never stop growing, never stop serving, and never stop providing a safe space for the child abuse victims of Tarrant County. We are committed to our mission until there is no mission to be fulfilled. We envision a world where no child has to suffer abuse, where parents and other adults are educated in how to prevent abuse from taking place, where children are never left in unsafe situations, and where every adult in a child’s life is a positive, safe, and loving one. Until then, we are here, steadfast in our mission, ready to greet the next child in need of us. Thank you for ensuring that this House has become a Home for the child abuse victims of Tarrant County for the past 30 years. We are hopeful of what is to come for our community’s most vulnerable. Sincerely, Julie Evans Chief Executive Officer Alliance For Children Alliance For Children ‌ ‌ ‌ Alliance For Children | 3609 Marquita Dr, Fort Worth, TX 76116 Unsubscribe [email protected] Update Profile | Constant Contact Data Notice Sent by [email protected] powered by Try email marketing for free today!
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