April 2021: Doing More for the Kids of Collin County

Dan Powers Talks Advocacy and the Snellings’ Connection. Making a Difference and Meeting the Needs of Our Local Kids.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County has been an integral part of our community and has been providing help for children and families since 1992. The Center offers a variety of support and advocacy services, education, therapy, and a ton of resources, including clothes and shoes. 

With Collin County being one of the fastest growing counties in Texas, the Center has done everything it can to meet the needs of the kids and families who call Collin County and Plano home. But it hasn’t been easy. With such incredible growth, the Center, its staff, and its many volunteers have worked hard every year to ensure our local kids and families have the resources and support they need to work through their own challenges. 

And speaking of resources and support, I can’t say enough about the Center’s relationship with Scott Snellings. Scott volunteers with the Center as our pro bono attorney and for that, we are very thankful. 

It costs a lot of money to do what we do. On top of that, we deal with many legal issues that people don’t often think about. We may receive a subpoena or be called in for a deposition. As the chief operating officer, my office is the one that receives those subpoenas.

Click here to learn more about the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County in our April newsletter.

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