For those affected by trauma, every pinwheel is a story of resilience.
Through long-standing essential services, we provide the resources needed for children and families in our community. By breaking the cycle of abuse, we make a lasting generational impact.
The Children & Family Advocacy Center is located on 70 acres in Little Flock, Arkansas where over 30 years ago David and Beverly Engle first took roots for their work to restore lives impacted by trauma. Under the direction of Executive Director Natalie Tibbs the organization has grown to focus on both acute and restorative trauma services.
The acute services offered at our Main Center focuses on children experiencing suspected child abuse in Benton County. Our team of dedicated advocates, interviewers, nurses, and mental health counselors work to provide a holistic approach to healing.
Our restorative services encompass long-term housing for women, and their children, in the midst of crisis. Beyond shelter we offer ongoing case management, mental health counseling, and group sessions to help break the cycle of abuse.
One Team. One Mission. One Voice.