How to Recognize Neglect

How to Recognize Neglect

When you think of your childhood, most remember playing with friends, packed school lunches, getting help from family with homework, and not being able to play until your chores were done. Well, consider yourself lucky if this sounds like a childhood you had or your...
How to Recognize Mental Child Abuse

How to Recognize Mental Child Abuse

In a perfect world, all children would grow up in a loving and nourishing home, where they would feel safe and could flourish into productive members of society. Unfortunately, this world is flawed and many innocent children face the tragedy of being raised in an...
How to Recognize Physical Child Abuse

How to Recognize Physical Child Abuse

We have heard the phrase “kids will be kids” for ages when talking about their behavior and risk-taking activities, so sometimes adults tend to overlook marks and bruising on children. How can one be positive that these injuries come from horseplaying with other...
How to Recognize Sexual Child Abuse

How to Recognize Sexual Child Abuse

Did you know in the last year, 69% of children served were for sexual abuse cases? As parents, responsible adults, and civil members of our community, we can all positively agree that the protection and safety of innocent children is something we should always...
Rejoice in the Spirit of Giving Tuesday With CACHSC!

Rejoice in the Spirit of Giving Tuesday With CACHSC!

The spirit of giving is all around us this year! This Tuesday, November 30th, the Children’s Advocacy Center of Hidalgo and Starr Counties (CACHS) invites you to celebrate Giving Tuesday by giving, sharing, and challenging others to give back to their local...
What is Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS)?

What is Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS)?

You could be the best parent in the world, but even providing quality attention and care, your child may still exhibit more behavioral challenges than normal. These challenges can range from a low tolerance for frustration to a tendency to challenge and/or defy...