IN THE NEWS
Recently, WFAA Channel 8 Reporter, Hannah Davis was on location to film a news story on the growing need for services provided here at the CAC.
As Collin County's population grows, so does the number of kids who need protection. The stats are hard to ignore. In 1992, there were around 250,000 people in Collin County, today there are that many children in the area.
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TEXAS GO BLUE DAY
Friday, April 7th was Texas Go Blue Day. We challenged our followers on Social Media to GO BLUE to help bring awareness to the issue of child abuse during Child Abuse Prevention Month. There were multiple participants and we enjoyed receiving photos from our followers! We would like to recognize the winners of our Go Blue Challenge:
Largest Group: Texas Instruments
Best Selfie: The Dale Family
Most Creative: Collin County Sheriff's Office
Thank you to all who participated!
ONCE A CLIENT, ALWAYS A CLIENT
A former client, now in her early twenties asked to return to see her therapist after five years. They met and discussed issues within her family and pressure she continues feeling, to deny that the abuse took place (even though her father pled guilty and is in prison). After just one session with her therapist she was able to recall strategies and coping skills she was taught during her previous therapy sessions. Prior to the next scheduled session, the client called and reported she feels empowered and confident in her ability. She reported that she did not feel she needed to return at this time and thanked her therapist for being there for her.