ChildSafe CEO Hopes To See Number of Kids Served Rise at New Facility

By August 1, 2019January 31st, 2020ChildSafe In The News, Salado Creek Campus

Bexar County’s children’s advocacy center ChildSafe gave the first tour of its brand new $26.5 million Salado Creek campus on Thursday.

The 65,000 square-foot facility will house ChildSafe and partner organizations providing services to children who have been victims of physical and sexual abuse, experienced neglect, or have witnessed a violent crime.

“The new building is going to help us serve more children locally in a moment when the number of children needing services is” not declining, said Kim Abernethy, ChidSafe CEO. “From June 1, 2018, to June 1, 2019, we saw 395,000 [people]. This is a large number that keeps rising every year.”

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