- Kitchen Tour Tickets for Sale
2013 Scrumptious Summerville Kitchen Tour Tickets are now on sale!
A map of the route is included in the Kitchen Tour Program which you will recieve at check-in.
Parking is available at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
If you have any questions, please contact Bob Ingram at 843-875-1551 or email@example.com
- 2013 Kitchen Tour Sponsorships Now Available
Sponsorship opportunities are now open for those who wish to promote their business or profession while also helping Dorchester Children. Visit our secure sponsorship signup area, or call Bob Ingram at 843 875 1551.
Dorchester Children's Center
Children In Crisis in Dorchester County, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving abused and neglected children, and their families, from Dorchester County, and parts of Berkeley and Charleston Counties. Our Center provides a coordinated evidence-based response to child abuse that reduces trauma and provides treatment for the children and families in our community in a safe, child-focused environment.
Dorchester Children's Center is dedicated to creating communities in which children and families live free from abuse and are free to reach their full potential.
The Dorchester Children's Center (DCC), supported by Children In Crisis, is the only Children's Advocacy Center in Dorchester County. Prior to our opening, abused children had to travel to receive services from a Children's Advocacy Center. DCC opened its doors in December of 2003 and is currently performing many needed services for victims of child abuse and their families.
A Children's Advocacy Center is a place that offers coordinated, child-focused programs to aid in the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of child abuse. There are many benefits to children's advocacy centers. For the child, it decreases the fragmentation of services and minimizes the number of times the child has to tell his/her story to professionals involved in his or her case; rather than having to tell the story many different times to many different professionals in non child-friendly settings. This minimizes the trauma to the child and their families.