PROGRAMS / SERVICES
- Free Counseling for Abused Children
- Counseling for all others with Medicaid Insurance
- CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate Program)
- Child Abuse Prevention Education Program
- Community Awareness Programs
- "Kids in Crisis" Advocacy Program
Your support is always appreciated! To make a tax-deductible contribution or to learn about volunteer opportunities, please contact us today at 270-443-1440, P.O. Box 1262, Paducah, KY 42002. Thank you for helping us help a child!
Free mental health counseling for victims of child abuse and neglect is made possible by support from a Victims of Crime Act grant and the United Way of Paducah-McCracken County.
To report suspected child abuse, please call 1-877-597-2331 (toll free).
Child Watch Counseling & Advocacy Center
1118 Jefferson Street
Paducah, KY 42001
CRISIS LINE: 270.443.1440
or Toll Free: 866.443.1440
Child Watch Counseling & Advocacy Center does not discriminate against any client or prospective client because of race, religion, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, age, or sexual orientation.
Since Child Watch Counseling & Advocacy Center’s inception, over 15 awards of recognition for outstanding advocacy services for child abuse victims have been presented to Child Watch Counseling & Advocacy Center, such as: The President’s Child Safety Partnership Award; The First “Kentucky Champions for Children” Award; Governor’s Volunteer Activist Award; The Commonwealth of Kentucky Senate Salute; Attorney General’s Certificate of Merit Award; the J.C. Penney’s Golden Rule Organizational Award for two years; and the J.C. Penney’s Golden Rule Volunteer Award for three years; etc.
Child Watch Counseling & Advocacy Center has also accumulated several hundred support letters from judges, prosecutors, social workers, law enforcement officers, parents, foster parents, community partners, etc., over the years for the valuable work that has been done with children and families.
"A hundred years from now, it will not matter what kind of clothes you wore, what kind of car you drove, or what kind of house you lived in, what will matter is that you made a difference... in the life of a child."
"We build our homes as a haven from the cold and rain. Let us also build them as a haven from child abuse."
~ Former First Lady,
Judi Conway Patton