At Family & Children’s Place, we provide individual, family, group and school-based counseling to help trauma-impacted children and families, supervise parent-child visitations, help at-risk families stay in their homes, assist new parents to better engage and bond with their newborns and work with students to improve their grades and relationships.
Through onsite collaborations with the Crimes Against Children Unit of Louisville Metro Police, Child Protective Services, U of L School of Medicine and the Commonwealth’s Attorney office, staff at our best in class Kosair Charities Child Advocacy Center stops and helps children and families through the trauma of sexual abuse.
Last year we helped nearly 5,000 children and family members regain hope.
If you witness or suspect child abuse, take action immediately. Call the Kentucky Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-752-6200 or the Indiana Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-800-5556.
One of the best things you can do for the kids we serve is to give monthly! Your monthly gifts provide a sustaining fund to ensure caring service throughout a child and family’s journey from hurting to healing. A monthly gift of $25 or more also qualifies you to become a “Friend of the Family,” which benefits our clients and has benefits for you. Learn more here.
Wondering what to do with your old magazines? Once read, you can donate them to the Kosair Charities Child Advocacy Center, which uses the periodicals in its observation and waiting rooms. The KCCAC uses different types of magazines for each space, so magazines for families and specifically for children are very helpful. Questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your gift gives lifesaving and changing help to children hurt by violence and abuse. A $50 gift provides healing therapy to an abused child. A $100 gift provides play therapy supplies, critical tools in treating and caring for abused children, and $500 provides two emotional health screenings for children in crisis. Please give to help children and families hurt by violence and abuse. Click here to help.