PROTECTING CHILDREN AND STOPPING THE CYCLE OF CHILD ABUSE
The Tree House Helps Protect Children Who Experience Child Abuse and Neglect
Protecting children is accomplished by providing child abuse awareness, prevention, and education and training programs to the people of Walworth County. The Tree House also works to establish relationships with community partners, such as law enforcement, medical professionals, mental health professionals, educators, the district attorney's office, corporation counsel, child protective services, and more.
The Gold Seal of Transparency
The Tree House Child and Family Center has received the 2021 Gold Seal of Transparency from GuideStar. This indicates that we have provided key information to our GuideStar profile.
The recognition shows our commitment to transparency which allows potential donors and funders to make educated decisions.
Child Abuse Information and Resources
Child abuse is an act or failure to act by a parent or caregiver that results in death, serious physical or emotional harm, sexual abuse or exploitation, or that creates an imminent risk of serious harm to a child. Child abuse can occur anywhere and is not restricted to a particular group, race, income, or location. Wherever there are children, there is the potential for abuse. In order to do your part, it is important to understand and recognize the warning signs for child abuse and neglect.
Walworth County Child Advocacy Center
If you would like to make a child abuse referral, please call
or your local law enforcement agency.
Community Events and Fundraising
The Tree House Child and Family Center is active within the community, both hosting events and fundraisers, as well as participating in other community events.