Wentzville (Children's Services) | 636-332-0545
Wentzville (Admin/Prevention) | 636-332-0899
Hannibal | 573-221-2256

We are here to listen.

We are here to help.

The Child Center, Inc., is a child advocacy center (CAC) serving children and families in Northeast Missouri. A comprehensive, coordinated approach is taken in response to allegations of child sexual and physical abuse occurring in our 14 county service area.

The primary goal of The Child Center, Inc., is to ensure that children disclosing abuse are not further victimized by the intervention systems designed to protect them. Services offered include Forensic Interviews, Child & Family Advocacy, Therapeutic Services, and Prevention Education Programs.

The Child Center, Inc. is Awarded $109,000 in Youth Opportunities Program Tax Credits

The Child Center, Inc. is pleased to announce that Youth Opportunities Program (YOP) Tax Credit is now available for anyone who pays Missouri State Income Tax and donates to The Child Center’s Capital Campaign. All individuals, LLCs, partnerships, banks, or…

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Talking to Children about Disasters

In today’s new cycle, we see and hear about disasters, attacks, and other terrible events regularly. Children hear these stories too! Though they may not fully comprehend what’s happening, children are perceptive and understand when stories are frightening or cause…

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Cheers! To Benefit The Child Center, Inc.

The Child Center, Inc. invites members of the general public to sample a variety of great tasting beers and savory appetizers in a pleasant atmosphere at their 2nd Annual Beer Tasting. The “Cheers!” Beer Tasting will take place at Friendship…

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Annual Conference Being Held to Address Child Sexual Abuse

The Child Center, Inc. and the St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office will host the 13th annual Midwest Justice for Children Conference (MJCC) on September 12-15, 2017. Thanks, in part, to a generous grant from the Missouri Task Force on…

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Annual Statistics

Children Interviewed about alleged abuse

845

Children received Prevention Education

27,083

Adults Received Prevention Education

2,057