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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- There will be a new place to help children and families affected by sexual abuse.
Family and Children's Place broke ground this morning on the Kosair Charities Child Advocacy Center.
It's expected to open next winter.
The renovated property will provide intervention and treatment services all under one roof. It will also become the headquarters for the Crimes Against Children Unit for Metro Police. Child Protective Services will also be located at the facility.
"These men and women are on the front lines every day, taking care of our children," said Tony Disser, board chair at the Family & Children's Place. "We are proud to have them co-locate here at the Kosair Charities Child Advocacy Center."
Physicians and members of the Commonwealth Attorney's Office will also be housed at the center.
It's expected to serve as a national model for a streamlined approach to stopping and treating sexual abuse.