Child victims of crime in Calaveras County have a new place to heal. The Calaveras Children’s Counseling and Advocacy Center has moved to 1934 Highway 26, Valley Springs, and is open for business.
Previously in San Andreas, the center offers free counseling, advocacy and support for child victims of crime and their families.
The new location, the result of collaboration between the Mark Twain Health Care District and the Resource Connection, offers more space for children and staff to move around. The 2,275-square-foot newly remodeled ranch home is a step up from the dark, cramped quarters previously occupied by the center. The new location offers outdoor spaces for movement and relaxation, larger counseling rooms and an amazing view.
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