Scotty's House's mission is to provide services to abused children and their families, which bring comfort in times of crisis and lay a foundation for a healthy future. For the past 15 years, Scotty's House has been privileged to serve the counties of Burleson, Brazos, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Robertson and Washington.
Details regarding Scotty's House services, resources, volunteer information and donation opportunities are available on the website.
Information for Moms
Crystal Galny talks to Det. Rick Vessell with Scotty’s House about child abuse investigation.(Full Story)
Crystal Galny talks to Mary Jo Prince with Scotty’s House about the Stewards of Children Program.(Full Story)
Crystal Galny talks to Alisa McDonald with Scotty’s House about their counseling program and the services offered.(Full Story)
Crystal Galny talks to Shannon Hernandez with Scotty’s House about services they offer to the community.(Full Story)
Scotty's House Brazos Valley Child Advocacy Center FAQ
Q: Is Scotty's House a residential facility?
No, Scotty's House is a facility where children are interviewed by a forensic professional in a safe, child-friendly environment. A recording of the interview with the child is made available to agencies involved, thus reducing the number of times the child must retell the story. The recording may then be used in court proceedings.
Q: What other services, besides forensics, does Scotty's House provide?
Scotty's House provides medical examinations, counseling services and therapy services for the children and families affected by the trauma of child abuse.
Q: How is Scotty's House funded?
Scotty's House is funded through grants, generous community donations and from proceeds raised during special events throughout the community.
Q: What steps should be taken if one suspects an incident of child abuse?
Contact your local law enforcement office or the Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-252-5400.