During all of April, show your support for Child Abuse Prevention Month by participating in the many events around our area.
Tune in on April 2 to BlabTV to see the Daily Brew Interview involving GCKH's own Stacey Kostevicki and Kelly MacLeod.
Sign up for Kappa Delta at UWF's SUPER Shamrock 5k that is coming up April 11th on Pensacola Beach at 9am! Check-in registration is from 7:00-8:00am at Pensacola Beach. 80% of proceeds will go to Gulf Coast Kid's House.
The sadness, confusion and outrage associated with recent child deaths in Florida is palpable. Humanity is not meant to accept child deaths, such as the six babies, age 3 months to 10 years, who were murdered by their grandfather last month in Gilchrist County. In the panhandle, we are lucky to have committed child protection agencies.Read More
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3401 N. 12th Avenue Pensacola, FL 32503
Telephone: (850) 595-5800
The Gulf Coast Kid’s House website has turned “blue” for the month of April in recognition of National Child Abuse Prevention Month
and in support of From Blue to Better.
Learn more at www.frombluetobetter.org
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.