Benton County nonprofit completes rebrand
The Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County in Little Flock has rebranded to the Children & Family Advocacy Center and expanded its services to include families.
According to a news release, the changes were a result of the nonprofit’s recent merger with Restoration Village. The nonprofits have combined to “break the cycle of abuse and build resilient families.”
Natalie Tibbs remains the executive director of the nonprofit, which started more than 20 years ago “to empower children to find their voice,” according to the release. “We recognize to put the child first means serving the whole family. We are excited to announce that the Children’s Advocacy Center of Benton County is now the Children & Family Advocacy Center: restoring lives impacted by trauma.”
The nonprofit has expanded its services to include long-term residential programming and restorative services for women and their children experiencing trauma. Staff continues to provide advocacy, forensic interviewing, counseling and medical care for those affected by child maltreatment.
On May 10, the center will host an open house and dedication ceremony for the rebranding. The event will be open to the public.
Children & Family Advocacy Center has 30 staff.