Empowering Children.
Restoring Hope.
Ending Abuse.

The Harrison County Child Advocacy Center ensures guidance, protection, and help to children and families affected by abuse.

Empowering Children.
Restoring Hope.
Ending Abuse.

The Harrison County Child Advocacy Center ensures guidance, protection, and help to children and families affected by abuse.

Do You Have Reason To Believe A Child Is Being Abused Or Neglected?

Make a report to CPS by calling 1-800-352-6513 and to your local law enforcement agency.
If you are reporting an emergency, please call 911.

What We Do

The Harrison County Child Advocacy Center is a safe, child-friendly facility where child protection, criminal justice, and child treatment professionals work together to investigate abuse in Harrison, Doddridge, Taylor, and Barbour, hold offenders accountable, and help children heal. In the darkest moments, the Harrison County Child Advocacy Center creates a safe environment for children to tell their stories and begin their path to healing.

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Results That Matter

Child advocacy centers (CACs) were able to support over 4,600 children across West Virginia in 2020-2021 alone. According to the CDC, the associated lifetime costs of each child experiencing non-fatal child maltreatment is $210,012. This estimate includes that child’s associated lifetime costs for healthcare, productivity losses, child welfare, criminal justice, and special education.

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Get Involved

As a nonprofit organization with countless moving parts, the Harrison County Child Advocacy Center relies on the help of others to support our mission — restoring the lives of children who have been abused.

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