Children's Advocacy, Davidson County, NC

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We advocate for children who are overcoming the effects of abuse.

Child abuse can result in physical injuries due to maltreatment, but this abuse can also result in lifelong consequences that aren’t outwardly visible like scars and bruises. Child abuse can be linked to physical, psychological, and behavioral problems that can be interrelated or independent of one another. For instance, abuse may harm the natural development of a child’s brain and lead to psychological problems. These problems can later lead to high-risk behaviors, such as drug or alcohol abuse.

Children’s Advocacy in Davidson County, North Carolina

We advocate for abused children, as well as their families, during the abuse investigation process. At The Dragonfly House Children’s Advocacy Center, we help children from throughout the Davidson County, North Carolina area by providing services to help abused children process trauma and facilitate the investigation process. We provide all of these services under one convenient, neutral, and safe roof. Some of these services include child abuse medical examinations, victim advocacy, coordinated case reviews, multi-disciplinary teamwork, mental health treatment, and more.

We have made a difference in the lives of many children, but our children’s advocacy center wouldn’t exist without the funding from our generous donors and the support of our expansive volunteer network.

Your support or our children’s advocacy center makes a real difference in the lives of every child we serve. If you want to get involved as a volunteer, please contact us today. Or if you would like to make a financial donation to support our cause, please don’t hesitate to reach out.


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