Become a Partner Ser Socio
We are proud to be a bridge between people and local organizations that promote adoption of children with special needs. Your business or organization can be one of them.
6,500 children in the state of Texas are waiting in foster care to be adopted.
You can make a difference in their lives!
Businesses and organizations not only give funds but also help us raise awareness by showing others what they can do, raising awareness of what will have an impact on their businesses, their communities, and on children's lives waiting for a forever family.
This is How your Organization can Help
Advertise in our partner magazine, "Horizontes,"
Host a Special Event,
Make a One-time Donation,
Offer Payroll Deduction,
Share a Space in your Workplace to Promote
Adoption, Substance Abuse Prevention and Domestic Violence Prevention
NIDA's public education projects combine multimedia and leading scientific research to shed light on the health consequences of drug abuse and addiction. Learn about the connection between drug abuse and risky behaviors.
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The Center for Child Protection, a nationally accredited children's advocacy center, is the first stop for children in Travis County who are suspected victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, and for children who have witnessed a violent crime. The Center is a child-friendly, specially-equipped facility where children go for forensic interviews, medical exams, counseling and intervention during the investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases. It is the only nonprofit in Travis County involved in the investigation of crimes against children. All services are provided to children and their protective caregivers at no charge and most are available in English and Spanish.
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CASA of Travis County speaks up for children who've been abused or neglected by empowering our community to volunteer as advocates for them in the court system.
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