Over the Edge 2020 was a huge success! This event raised over $92,000. Thank you to every sponsor, participant, and individual donor for contributing to support BRACAC's services and increase our prevention efforts. Are you ready to sign up for Over the Edge 2021? This exciting rappelling event provides a life changing experience for participants while making a positive impact for the Barren River Area Child Advocacy Center. Participants raise $1,000 for the Center to be able to go Over the Edge. Sign up today for the 2021 event at https://give.classy.org/OTE21Learn More About This EventDonate To This Event
Our altered Great Teddy Bear Run took place on October 17th, 2020, and it included individual motorcycle rides with spaced out merchandise pickup to keep everyone safe during the current pandemic. We appreciate each and every rider who donated a teddy bear and helped raise awareness about the problems of child sexual abuse. This event raised over $30,000, and we are so grateful for our sponsors and participants. We can't wait to see you next year at the Great Teddy Bear Run 2021!Learn More About This EventDonate To This Event
The BRACAC has a medical unit that includes a child-friendly examination room and small laboratory. Physicians with specialized training and experience in pediatric medicine and the diagnosis and treatment of sexual abuse conduct child-sensitive, noninvasive medical examinations to ensure a child is healthy and without injury. This year, we have a goal to improve and update our Medical Unit.
Some of our improvements include:
This #GivingTuesday, will you consider donating to BRACAC for us to update our Medical Unit?
The BRACAC provides children and their non-offending family members with advocacy and support, coordination of the investigation process and critical direct services.
If a child is in immediate danger, call 911.
If you suspect child abuse or neglect, please call 1-877-KYSAFE1. Visit the Cabinet for Health and Family Services to learn more or to make a report.
In Kentucky, the law requires all of us to report concerns of abuse or neglect to law enforcement, the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and/or the County or Commonwealth Attorney. (KRS 620.030)
With your help we provide a safe, child-friendly location where teams of professionals work together to pursue justice and offer treatment. It's donations like yours that help children get the support and care that they need.Make A Donation Today