Who We Are
The Treehouse is the first and only children’s advocacy center in Thomas County. The Treehouse opened its doors in 2011 with one full-time staff member. Since that time, The Treehouse has grown into a center with three full-time staff, four contract staff, and one volunteer medical director.
The Treehouse is a children’s advocacy center providing a safe, comfortable, child-friendly environment for children and their non-offending caregivers when allegations of abuse arise. The Center provides services and coordination necessary for families during child abuse investigations. Our staff provides forensic interviews, forensic medical exams, advocacy, counseling and other service referrals. Children’s Advocacy Centers keep children the top priority at all times.
Along with The Treehouse, a Multi-Disciplinary Team consisting of law enforcement, Department of Family and Childrens Services, the District Attorney’s Office, and others work together to investigate cases of child abuse.
of child abuse cases are before the age of 18.
If you have an emergency, please call 911 immediately.
For non-emergent reports of known or suspected child abuse, please contact:
- Thomas County Sheriff’s Office (229) 225-3300
- Thomasville Police Department (229) 227-3249