Child Advocates of Fort Bend is a nonprofit agency serving child victims of sexual abuse, physical abuse and neglect through two nationally-affiliated programs:  Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC).  Started in 1991, it is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2021 having served nearly 19,000 children ages birth – 18+ years old over these years.  Its mission is to:  Provide a Voice, Heal The Hurt and Break the Cycle of Abuse and Neglect for Children in Fort Bend County.

With a staff of 51 professionals, volunteer corps of 800+ volunteers and collaborations with 40 partner agencies, it is consistently ranked as the “best practices” model for the investigation, treatment, advocacy and prevention of child abuse.  It employs a Multi-Disciplinary Team approach and practices trauma-focused, evidence-based practices.  Child Advocates of Fort Bend is community supported, public/private partnership that provides all its services at no cost.

Child Advocates of Fort Bend was voted Best Charity by readers of the Sugar Land Sun in 2016.

Our Vision:
End the Cycle of Child Abuse and Neglect

Our Mission:
To Strengthen the Child’s Voice, Heal the Hurt and Break the Cycle of Abuse and Neglect for Children and Families in Fort Bend and Surrounding Counties

Our Core Values:
Collaborative, Healing, Inclusive, Live-Changing, Dedicated