Above: Stuffed animals lined shelves in the medical center, where each child gets a stuffed animal and a blanket when they are there.

Left: The Children's Advocacy Center, which provides services for sexual abused children and their families, recently moved into the former Lexington Hearing and Speech Center at 162 North Ashland Avenue.
Above: Stuffed animals lined shelves in the medical center, where each child gets a stuffed animal and a blanket when they are there. Left: The Children's Advocacy Center, which provides services for sexual abused children and their families, recently moved into the former Lexington Hearing and Speech Center at 162 North Ashland Avenue. Herald-Leader
Above: Stuffed animals lined shelves in the medical center, where each child gets a stuffed animal and a blanket when they are there. Left: The Children's Advocacy Center, which provides services for sexual abused children and their families, recently moved into the former Lexington Hearing and Speech Center at 162 North Ashland Avenue. Herald-Leader

Children's Advocacy Center gets new home

April 17, 2013 12:00 AM