To report a case of child abuse, call the Abuse Hotline at 1 800 96ABUSE Learn More
Located at the Marilyn Kapner Levin Center for Children’s Advocacy and Child Abuse Prevention and the Allen R. Levin Family Advocacy and Education Wing

Our Children - Our Future Fighting child abuse in Pensacola and Escambia County

Gulf Coast Kid's House is a private, not-for-profit which provides services to victims of child abuse in Escambia County.

Gulf Coast Kid's House is a children's advocacy center serving Pensacola and Escambia County. As a children's advocacy center, we combine all of the professionals and resources needed for the intervention, investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases under one child-friendly facility. Child victims and their families also receive mental health counseling at our center. The goal of Gulf Coast Kid's House is to form a more collaborative response to child abuse cases so that we can improve case outcomes and minimize trauma to the children and families we serve.

Because we know that the only hope to end child abuse is education, Gulf Coast Kid's House also offers a variety of child abuse prevention education.

Learn how you can help, call us at (850) 595-5800.

To report a case of child abuse, call the Abuse Hotline at 1-800-96ABUSE.

Pancakes with Santa

Cordova Rotary presents Pancakes with Santa - a fundraiser for Gulf Coast Kid's House

  • Where: Gulf Coast Kid's House - 3401 N. 12th Avenue
  • When: December 5 - 5, 2015 8am-10:30am

Christmas Concert for a Cause, Featuring Roman Street

Roman Street returns to Pensacola for another concnert benefitting Gulf Coast Kid's House!

  • Where: Cokesbury United Methodist Church - 5725 N. 9th Ave, Pensacola
  • When: December 13 - 13, 2015 4:00pm

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