Child Advocates of Fort Bend celebrates 30th anniversary

Since it opened in 1991, the organization has provided services to more than 18,000 children in Fort Bend County who have experienced physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. (Courtesy Unsplash)
Since it opened in 1991, the organization has provided services to more than 18,000 children in Fort Bend County who have experienced physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. (Courtesy Unsplash)

Since it opened in 1991, the organization has provided services to more than 18,000 children in Fort Bend County who have experienced physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. (Courtesy Unsplash)

Child Advocates of Fort Bend, a Rosenberg-based nonprofit with a goal of ending the cycle of child abuse and neglect, is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2021. Since it opened in 1991, the organization has provided services to more than 18,000 children in Fort Bend County who have experienced physical abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. Located at 5403 Avenue N., Rosenberg, the umbrella agency has served 3,500 children and families in 2020 alone. 281-344-5100. www.cafb.org
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