SafePath Children’s Advocacy Center is Outreach Focus for April

SafePath is the Cobb County Children’s Advocacy Center of Georgia dedicated to improving the lives of children who have been abused. SafePath’s mission is to reduce the trauma to children and their families by offering a comprehensive, professional, and child-friendly approach to the allegations of child abuse. SafePath ensures a less traumatic, child-focused approach to child abuse cases by bringing together professionals from law enforcement, the district attorney’s office, therapists, healthcare professions, DFACS, and other agencies, to all work together as a collaborative team.

During the entire month of April, we’ll be collecting items for SafePath’s Therapy & Counseling Needs, as well as their general Ongoing Needs lists:


Stress Balls

Journals for ages 12-17 years old

Small Drawing Pad

Paintable Plain White Plastic Masks

Washable Markers

Stickers (smiley faces, hearts, stars, dots, spiders, bees)




Plastic Utensils

Paper Towels

Paper Plates

Dishwasher Detergent

Baby Wipes

Markers for Coloring Books

Child-Friendly Pillowcases (Standard Size)

General Office Supplies

Batteries (AA and AAA)

Blank CDR’s

SafePath April Collection