Next week, January 25 - 28, you will have the opportunity to visit local restaurants and support Davis House at the same time. You get to enjoy some great food while helping fund the work we do in the community with children and their families facing abuse. It's a win win!
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The Mission and Purpose of Davis House
Davis House Child Advocacy Center opened in September 2000 to provide a safe, child-friendly place for children to tell their story and receive healing services. Davis House served 530 children from our four county service area in FY20. The mission of Davis House is to provide investigative, advocacy, family support, and therapeutic services to children who have experienced sexual or significant physical abuse or some other traumatic event, as well as trauma informed community education, designed to guide our towns and civic spaces to be safer and more resilient for everyone. Child abuse does not just affect the child. Once disclosure is made, the entire family is in crisis. Our dual goal: to treat the child and the family as they heal from the trauma of abuse; and to educate caregivers and our collaborative partners in order to better protect children.
Welcome Dr. Brent Hutchinson
We are excited to introduce Dr. Brent Hutchinson, the new Executive Director at Davis House! CLICK HERE to learn more!
What's a Button Worth to You?
Each child that comes to our centers chooses a button for the Button Jar. Since each button represents a child, at Davis House, a single button is worth everything! It costs $1,500 to provide services to each child we serve. Sponsor a child today to make sure the children in our community get the help that they need and deserve! #OneButtonOneChild
Gingerbread Haus Spectacular! 2020
THANK YOU for making the first-ever event such a huge success! Special thanks to all of our sponsors, including Bank of England Mortgage, Ashley Fitz, Realtor for Zeitlin Sotheby's International Realty, John & Kim Hunt, and Linda Hutchison! For more information about Gingerbread Haus Spectacular!, CLICK HERE.
The Button Jar
Many of our child clients feel alone and scared. Some feel embarrassed and ashamed, even though it is not their fault. Every child that comes to our center experiences the button jar, designed to let them know they are not alone....
Sexually abused by a trusted adult, Emily and her family suddenly found their world flipped upside down. At Davis House, they found the support they needed and experienced caring hearts to carry them through a journey of restoration...
Davis House has been serving the community for 20 years, serving nearly 7,000 children. Join our MONTHLY GIVING CLUB and help us celebrate and reach our monthly giving goal!