The Tree house is dedicated to reducing trauma and promoting healing for child victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect.
A county-wide initiative to help drug endangered children is working in Walworth County, officials said. By Andrea Anderson ELKHORN—Since January, the Walworth County Child Advocacy Center has seen double the number of drug-endangered children than in all of 2015, manager Paula Hocking said. The reasons are more drugs in the
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2015 VOLUNTEERS OF THE YEAR, THE ALTERNATIVE HIGH SCHOOL! They have truly been amazing Partners! Through all their volunteer hours, they have helped so many Children and Families of Walworth County. We are so blessed to call them our Family. We truly appreciate all your Hard Work
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WE BELIEVE IN THE VOICE OF A CHILD FEBRUARY 5, 2015 April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and the Walworth County Alliance for Children (WCAC) and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin are partnering together to create an awareness campaign of preventing child abuse and neglect in our
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Walworth County Child Advocacy Center Earns Accreditation FROM NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ALLIANCE National Children’s Alliance recognizes the Walworth County Child Advocacy Center for its delivery of high quality and effective services to child abuse victims through accreditation Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin program, Walworth County Child Advocacy has been
Wisconsin’s First lady tours WCAC’s Tree House by tlamb New post on MyWalworthCounty.com First Lady Tonette Walker poses with various affili- ates of the Walworth County Alliance for Children. (Front row, left to right) Linda Anderson, First Lady Tonette Walker and John Anderson. (Back row, left to right) Bethany Necci,