Out of 40,000

child victims

served at a CAC in Texas last year, 26%

     were not old enough           to attend kindergarten.            

Childrenz Haven Fact Sheet


  • Executive Director:  Crystal Finegan

  • Mission Statement: Through resources for victims, education of the public and prevention methods aimed at ending abuse in all its forms, Childrenz Haven works with all interested agencies, and is dedicated to helping child victims heal from the devastating effects of physical and sexual abuse.

  • Operational Since: 2009

  • Annual Budget: $300,000 to $450,000

  • Service Area: Polk County

  • Community Characteristics: Rural

  • CAC Model: Independent Case

  • Criteria: Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse, Neglect, Child Fatality, Child Witness, Child at Risk, Sexual and Physical Abuse

  • Ages of Children Served: 0 to 17 

    • Number of Children Receiving First-time Core CAC Services each month: 25 - 60

  • Interagency Partners

  • Interagency Partners Housed Onsite: No

  • Core Program Components/Services

    • Cases Reviewed by MDT

    • Forensic Interviews

    • Mental Health Services

    • Family Advocacy

    • Off-Site Sexual Assault Exams 

    • Community Education

    • Prevention Program

    • Referral for and/or Coordination of Other Social/Family Services

  • Center Staff Positions 

    • Executive Director

    • Forensic Interviewer 

    • Family Services Coordinator / MDT Enhancement Coordinator

    • TFCBT Therapist

1 in 4 girls

and 1 in 6

boys are sexually abused     before their 18th                     birthdays.

Call: 936.327.4757

Fax: 936.327.4767

Find us: 

913 N. Washington

Livingston, TX 77351

Copyright 2020, Childrenz Haven

Polk County, Texas

Child Advocacy Center

Childrenz Haven is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that serves child victims and non-offending caregivers in Polk County, Texas.