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Monday November 4th, 2024

Hope is Here

Where children are heard, and children are healed.

Learn how you can help make a difference in a child’s life.

Who we are

Our vision is to work collaboratively with our multi-disciplinary team and community to ensure accessible, trauma-informed care services in the pursuit of safety, healing, and justice for all children and their families.

What we do

Our mission is to help children and their families on their path of healing. Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Center does this by providing trauma-informed, child-focused services in the aftermath of physical abuse, sexual abuse, or a violent crime.

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In addition to your generous donations, you can also help by donating much-needed items for our children!

National Children’s Alliance (NCA) ensures that all children across the U.S. served by CACs receive consistent, evidence-based services that help them heal from abuse.

Total number of support services provided to victims and families.

Individual and Group Therapy sessions provided last year.

Children and Adults who received child abuse prevention education last year.

percentage of Children reported meaningful, positive change in relation to their trauma symptoms.

This video highlights the vital work of the Baton Rouge Children’s Advocacy Center (BRCAC). The BRCAC provides trauma-informed, child-focused services to support young victims of physical and sexual abuse, as well as those affected by violent crimes. We offer comprehensive care, including forensic interviews, therapy, and advocacy, to help children and their families heal. The center is dedicated to creating a safe space for children to be heard and supported on their path to recovery.



Childhood trauma and adverse experiences (also known as ACES) are understood by many to be the most important public health epidemic we face. Childhood trauma affects the structure and architecture of the developing brain. Affecting brain development is linked to lifelong physical and mental illness.

Trauma happens in the lives of so many children. Therefore, it can no longer be viewed as an “oddity” or a problem for health professionals alone.

To make a positive impact, a community-wide response across all disciplines and citizens, with the BRCAC at the helm, is required.