Who We Are

Providing advocacy services to victims of child abuse in DeSoto and Tate Counties

REPORT

CHILD ABUSE

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If You Suspect A Child Has Been Abused, Contact

Mississippi Division of Child Protective Services

reportabuse.mdcps.ms.gov or

1.800.222.8000 or 601.432.4570

Healing Hearts Child Advocacy Center's mission is to respond to child abuse with a supportive team approach that reduces trauma through advocacy, treatment, education and prevention.

 

We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is an accredited member of the National Children's Alliance.

Events

Events

Order Your Pinwheel Garden Today!

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month! We can all make a difference when it comes to protecting children. It starts with awareness! If you would like to help by plant .....
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COVID 19 RESOURCES

With virtual learning and social restrictions in place as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we need to increase and stay vigilant to keep children safe and h .....

Volunteer

Volunteer

OPPORTUNITIES

Call Healing Hearts CAC at 662.349.1555 to find out how you can help with upcoming events, fundraisers and ongoing community awareness!

 

Please email

 darlene@healingheartscac.org

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HAVE YOU ORDERED YOUR PINWHEEL GARDEN YET? April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and you can show your support by promoting awareness through pinwheel gardens that can be displayed throughout the month. Pre-order your pinwheel garden TODAY to help show your support for the prevention of child abuse and neglect in our community! To order, follow this link https://form.jotform.com/210254344597154 The pinwheel is a national symbol for child abuse prevention. Why? Because by its very nature, the pinwheel connotes playfulness, joy, and childhood. It has come to serve as a physical reminder of the great childhoods we want for all children. And as a symbol, the cyclical nature of the pinwheel calls to mind the positive cycles of love and support we want to help families create. So show your support and order a garden today! #Childabusepreventionmonth2021 #HHCAC
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Spring is here and it's time to enjoy the great outdoors! Join us for our Aim to Heal Hearts Clay Shoot event - Friday, April 2, 2021 at McIvor Shooting Range, Sardis, MS. SIGN UP TODAY BY VISITING https://healingheartscac.networkforgood.com or for more information, call Healing Hearts at 662-349-1555. Event Details: Event will include 4 person teams located on 15 station course totaling 100 shots per person. Lunch will be provided, there will also be a bird flush available to shoot and some side games. This event is a benefit for Healing Hearts Child Advocacy Center.
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We are gearing up for Child Abuse Prevention Month in April by promoting awareness through pinwheel gardens to be displayed throughout April. Pre-order your pinwheel garden TODAY to help show your support for the prevention of child abuse and neglect in our community! To order, follow this link https://form.jotform.com/210254344597154 The pinwheel is a national symbol for child abuse prevention. Why? Because by its very nature, the pinwheel connotes playfulness, joy, and childhood. It has come to serve as a physical reminder of the great childhoods we want for all children. And as a symbol, the cyclical nature of the pinwheel calls to mind the positive cycles of love and support we want to help families create. So show your support and order a garden today! #Childabusepreventionmonth2021 #HHCAC
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💙 THANK YOU Zeta Phi Beta Senior Teen Group who collected diapers and wipes for Tyler’s Closet during their service day for the sorority’s 101st anniversary! 💙
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Thank you Maddox Foundation for inviting us to share more about Healing Hearts and how each of us play a role in fighting child abuse!
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336 Children From DeSoto And Tate Counties Received Services

From Healing Hearts Child Advocacy Center in 2017

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