COFFEE CO., Ala. (WDHN)—The Pike Regional Child Advocacy Center now covers Pike, Barbour, Bullock, and Coffee counties.

Its Executive Director, Kaley Green, talked about what services it offers at the Coffee County Commission meeting.

It provides “a prevention program” in the schools in those four counties that reaches around four-thousand
children annually.

It also offers a “parenting program” that services 50 to 100 parents throughout the year.

By the way, all the services offered by the Pike Regional Child Advocacy Center are “free”.

No child or family is charged for anything they provide.