How We Help
Advocacy is an important part of the investigative, referral, and healing process. Our client advocates are committed to helping each family step-by-step during these processes. When a child and family arrives at the center, a client advocate is there to greet them and explain the visit. Assistance with questions regarding the legal system, mental health services, and other resources is provided by the client advocate. Families receive ongoing support even after their visit to the center.
Of alleged offenders lived in the home or had shared custody with the child.
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