HCWC’s Children’s Advocacy Center, known as Roxanne’s House, is the non-residential child-friendly facility where abused children come to heal. Roxanne’s House exists so that an abused child’s path runs smoothly through the workings of law enforcement, the legal system and state agencies.
• Recording of forensic interviews arranged by referral from law enforcement or CPS
• Individual counseling for children up to age 17 who are survivors of physical and / or sexual abuse
• Play therapy for children too young for “talk” therapy
• “Court school” to ready children emotionally for court
• Counseling for siblings and non-offending caregivers
• Support and educational groups for children and non-offending caregivers
• Parenting programs, open to the community
• Community presentations
To learn more about children’s forensic interviews, click here.
To learn more about how Roxanne’s House counsels children via play therapy, click here.
To learn about the many member organizations of Roxanne’s House’s “multidisciplinary teams,” click here.
To read FAQ’s from a parent’s guide to helping child abuse victims, click here.
Children who do not qualify for Roxanne’s House services but who have witnessed domestic violence may be served in another program area. Read about that here.
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