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 Advocate Newsletter – May 2019

May 2019 Welcome to The Advocate Newsletter! This past April during our One with Courage Gala, our guest speakers shared the experience of their daughter’s abuse, of her amazing resilience, and her ability to continue to dance like no one was…

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Chariton Valley Provides Gift to Name the Hannibal MDT Observation Room

The Child Center, Inc. office located in Hannibal, Missouri is pleased to announce that Chariton Valley has provided the funding to name their MDT Observation Room. The Child Center, Inc. staff and members of the Multidisplinary Team (MDT), use this…

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The Child Center, Inc. Honors One with Courage Award Winners

The Child Center, Inc. honored their 2019 One with Courage Award winners at their annual One with Courage Gala held on April 27, 2019 at the St. Charles Convention Center. “We are so grateful to have such compassionate and dedicated…

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The Child Center, Inc. Announces their 2019 Champion for Children Award Winners

The Child Center, Inc. honored two winners of its Champion for Children Award at the 14th Annual Midwest Justice for Children Conference. The award recognizes the efforts of individuals who have made exceptional contributions in promoting the health and well-being…

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Annual Statistics

Children Interviewed about alleged abuse

845

Children received Prevention Education

27,083

Adults Received Prevention Education

2,057