CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF GIVING HOPE!

About Us

As the leadership of this organization, we hold ourselves accountable to these values through the manner in which services are delivered to victims of severe child abuse, their non-offending caregivers, adult survivors of child abuse, volunteers, community partners, community members, and any time in which our agency is represented and presented in any and all public/private settings.

Mission

To heal the pain of child abuse for children, their families, and adult survivors.

Values

Key values our organization embraces:

     Confidentiality                                         Professionalism
     Child-friendly                                           Child-focused
                  Safety                                              Culturally Competent
               Integrity                                              Fiscal responsibility

Vision

Our vision is to heal the pain of child abuse for the victims served by the Child Advocacy Center of the 9th Judicial District. We serve victims of child abuse by offering trauma focused and evidence-based services thus restoring hope and helping children live a life intended for a child.

Commitment

– Helping survivors of child abuse put together the shattered pieces of their lives, through the provision of our comprehensive client focused, trauma informed services.
– Serving child abuse survivors at no cost.
– Raising awareness in our community on the prevalence of child abuse and the warning signs of grooming.

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Save the Date!

Please join us as we recognize April as Child Abuse Awareness Month at the Kids First CAC. Together, we will “plant” 291 pinwheels, each symbolizing a child victim from the last year in Roane, Morgan, Loudon, and Meigs Counties.

Help us “Paint the Town Blue” for Child Abuse Awareness by purchasing and displaying a Pinwheel (Suggested donation $5).

Together, we can create an environment of healing, strength, and support within our communities. Your involvement helps turn victims of child abuse into survivors of child abuse.

Therapy Letters

How Kids First helped me

As children complete therapy, often times the child abuse survivor tells us how we helped him or her on their journey to freedom! The words of these child abuse survivors are powerful and are meant to show you how your support has helped child abuse victims break the vow of silence, to end fear and keeping secrets.

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Our Mission Is
To Heal The Pain of Child Abuse