The Children’s Safety Center of Washington County
empowers children to overcome
abuse and begin to trust, hope and heal.
Click any box above for more information on our services.
Every year, hundreds of children in Northwest Arkansas are robbed of their dreams, self-esteem and childhood by physical and sexual abuse.
In 2019 Alone
Children Received Services
community members trained in child abuse prevention
Forensic Interviews Conducted
Therapy sessions conducted
The Children’s Safety Center is proud to be the first Child Advocacy Center in Arkansas and was created to help prevent further trauma these children might endure during the complex process of investigation, prosecution, and treatments.
The Children’s Safety Center of Washington County is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1997 and is based on the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) model. Our goal is to facilitate more effective prevention, detection, investigation, and treatment of child abuse. By bringing together teams of professionals and vital resources, we work to ensure that the best interest of these child victims are being served.
You Can Help
You can help provide healing, safety, justice, and empowerment for children in Washington County.
With the help of your time, resources, or funds, the Children’s Safety Center is able to serve children and their families through awareness, advocacy, and support.
Together, we can reach and serve more families in crisis, and inform our communities and local organizations for prevention and early intervention.
Make a Gift
All services at the Children’s Safety Center are provided free of charge. The average cost is more than $1,600 for each child. Your support through direct donations, fundraisers, corporate matching, and more, allows us to keep serving these children and their families.
Create Your Own Handprint by Helping
There are many ways to give to the Children's Safety Center from your time to donations. If you're ready to donate or want to find other ways to give, click a button at right.
Abigail Livingston is a true survivor turned advocate. She did not let what happened to her define her. She is using her voice to empower others not to feel alone, to come forward and to speak up! Abigail has partnered with the Children’s Safety Center, where her...
Last Christmas our doorbell rang at the Children’s Safety Center. When we answered, there stood a smiling, colorful woman. When I say colorful, I mean she had rainbow hair! What she also had was a donation in her hand and a heart that wants to help children. Since...
Hunter Norton, a member of our fund development committee and father of Nash and Lawson, is another person we are so, so grateful for. Hunter has been involved with the center for almost four years now, and said he believes in supporting the center because he sees...