Gonzales Regional Children's Advocacy Center
Serving Gonzales & Lavaca Counties
Changing Lives ~ Giving Hope
Our Mission


It is our mission to restore the
dignity, hope and security to
children of Gonzales, Lavaca
and surrounding counties by uniting
public officials and our community.
To Report Suspected Abuse, call 1-800-252-5400 OR 911
Texas Family Code (261.101) states that a person having cause to believe that a child's physical or
mental health or welfare has been or may be adversely affected by the abuse or neglect must
report immediately.
Failure to report is punishable by imprisonment for up to 180 days and/or a fine up to $2,000.
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Gonzales Regional Children's Advocacy Center is approved by the Internal
Revenue Service as a 501(C)(3) tax-exempt organization, and all donations are tax
deductible to the extent provided by law.
GRCAC's Federal Identification Number (EIN) is 74-2920527.
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A child who has been abused is forever changed. Child victims of
abuse need the careful attention of professionals trained to address
their special needs.  In the past, each victim seeking help faced
multiple contacts with different community professionals, creating a
maze of confusion for the child and family.

With the support of our community, Norma's House enables children
to come to one place for safety, protection, and justice instead of
going from agency to agency. Children who may have been sexually
or physically abused are referred to NH by law enforcement and
CPS.  When children arrive, they are welcomed by caring staff,
volunteers, and investigative professionals.  Norma's House provides
an environment which reflects the physical and emotional atmosphere
of a home, rather than that of a clinic or institution.

Imagine your child or grandchild having to give his or her account of
abuse to strangers over and over.  A specially trained forensic
interviewer talks with the child to determine the details about the
abuse. The forensic interview enables the child to only have to tell
their story once.

After the interview, the child and any non-offending family member are
offered counseling with one of our 2 licensed professional
counselors.  There is no cost to our families for any of our services.
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What is Norma's House?
2015 Board & Staff of Norma's House
Ann Alexander, Executive Director, Quincy Johnson, Kerry Reese, Lynn
Gescheidle, Wendy Anzaldua, Kaley Hilbig, Jennifer Casares, Jim Monaghan,
Lona Haile and Judy Parks, Family Advocate
Not pictured:  Kim Richter
Gonzales Regional Childrens Advocacy Center Inc
Gonzales Regional CAC
1604 St. Paul St
Gonzales, Tx 78629

Phone:  830-672-1278
Fax:  830-672-5749

Executive Director:  
Ann Alexander