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Kristi House provides treatment, advocacy, and coordination of services, within a healing environment, for all forms of child trauma, with a 24-year specialization in sexual abuse, and ongoing dedication to prevention education and training.

The Children's Advocacy Center is comprised of seven partner agencies involved in meeting the legal, medical and emotional needs of child victims of abuse and sex trafficking, and holds the perpetrators responsible.

We salute our 2019 Celebration of Light Presenting Sponsor:

Breaking the Silence

  13th Annual Breaking the Silence Luncheon: Protecting their Innocence is in our Hands Wednesday, May 8, 2019 • Jungle

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Apr
24
Wed
2:30 pm Strategies for Identifying and R... @ Kristi House - Central Office
Strategies for Identifying and R... @ Kristi House - Central Office
Apr 24 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
This workshop focuses on effective strategies and tactics for identifying and engaging with male and LGBTQ youth victimized by commercial sexual exploitation. National research shows that boys can make up as much as half of[...]
Apr
26
Fri
1:30 pm CSEC Training (Commercial Sexual... @ Kristi House - Naranja Office
CSEC Training (Commercial Sexual... @ Kristi House - Naranja Office
Apr 26 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
This is a 3-hour training geared for staff and volunteers of child-serving organizations and programs as well as parents and teachers. Kristi House offers this community training every other month at Kristi House. Participants are[...]
2:00 pm Children and Problematic Sexual ... @ Kristi House - Central
Children and Problematic Sexual ... @ Kristi House - Central
Apr 26 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Some children display intrusive, aggressive or coercive sexual behaviors. This is inappropriate and potentially harmful to these children and their peers. Recognizing and responding to sexual behavior problems is important since research suggests a quarter[...]

Breaking the Silence