You make a difference for children—even during the challenging days of the pandemic. Although COVID-19 hit, we were able to keep our doors open and help children like Max. Children need our help today - now more than ever. Children in crisis cannot wait. You can make sure they do not have to wait. You are the difference for Max.Donate Today
The Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center is committed to creating a community where children are safe from abuse and trauma. To accomplish this goal, we offer training and programs geared towards strengthening the community response when there is a concern for child abuse or trauma.Learn More
As we continue to increase our services, all services are offered ONLY at our Downtown Center at 1061 King Street between 8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday. The East Cooper Center remains closed to clients at this time.
We will continue to follow the situation closely and implement any necessary changes as advised by the CDC, FDA state, local and national guidelines.
As always, if you need immediate assistance or consultation, please call us. If it is an emergency, please call 911.
The safety of our children is our primary concern.
Parents need tools to keep children safe and resources to help children heal when prevention fails. We partner with caregivers to ensure children have the opportunity to grow and develop into healthy adults.
Collaboration among professionals is key to a system that protects and supports children and families. The Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center strives to support our fellow professionals through collaboration and training.
The Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center depends on the generous support of our community to help us fulfill our mission of providing support and services in a child-friendly environment at no cost to the families we serve.
Spend time with children in our front lobby. Help with the maintenance of the facility. Serve on a special event committee. There are many ways for volunteers to contribute to the Center and the care of the children we serve.