Established in 1997, ABC House is a Child Abuse Intervention Center (CAIC) offering child abuse assessment, treatment and support services, post-trauma counseling and youth and adult educational programming.
ABC House is the only agency in Benton and Linn counties providing forensic evaluations and support services to children whom authorities have received a reported allegation of abuse.
ABC House’s staff is a multi-disciplinary team working in partnership with local law enforcement agencies, the Department of Health Services (DHS), the District Attorney’s office, and many other agencies focused on children’s health and safety.
Children are referred to ABC House by DHS, representatives of local law enforcement and medical providers.
ABC House provides services to over 4,500 people annually, including abuse assessments and medical consultation services to over 700 children each year.
More than 50% of ABC House’s funding comes from the community—individuals, businesses, foundations and other funders.
ABC House complies with applicable federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age.