Located in Odessa, Monahans & Pecos, Texas, Harmony Home has been open as a non-profit Children's Advocacy Center for abused children since 1993. Our purpose is to minimize the trauma of child abuse through multidisciplinary team investigation, prosecution, and treatment.
Harmony Home employs a small group of 14 professionals who strive to provide justice and healing for abused children in 7 counties throughout West Texas. We serve 600+ children every year, each a victim of sexual, physical, or emotional abuse and neglect.
Every child who walks through our doors is greeted by caring staff and volunteers who are devoted to helping them through the nightmare of abuse. Children and their families find the support they deserve at Harmony Home, and most importantly, a place where healing can begin.
We know that we can't fight child abuse alone. Since 2013 we have provided community awareness and prevention throughout the Permian Basin by providing evidence-based training to adults on how to react, respond and report sexual child abuse. In 2019 we were able to start our 360 degree approach in prevention by going into the classrooms and helping children grades Kinder-5th know and understand the importance of spotting red flags, talking to safe adults, the difference between safe and unsafe adults and having no blame, no shame when a child makes an outcry of abuse. This training also focuses on Cyber safety and bullying prevention.
Carrie Bronaugh, Executive Director
Kim Todd, Program Director
Mary Carrasco, Mental Health Director
Kristal Gonzales, MEP Coordinator
Bukie Ajayi, LPC-Associate
Cara Carrasco, Operations Director
Hannah Mitchell, Community Resource Coordinator
Amanda Allen, Community Awareness & Education Coordinator
Araceli Arellano, Forensic Interviewer
Georgina Polanco, Forensic Interviewer
Kirsten Pankey, Family Advocate
Meagan Squires, Family Advocate
Shayla Hicks, Support Coordinator
Hope Meurer, Neglect Case Coordinator
Cidney Leos, Family and Community Advocate
Odessa Police Department
Ector County Sheriff Department
Department of Family Protective Services
Medical Center Health System
Ector County ISD
Odessa College & UTPB University Police
Pecos City Police
Reeves County Sheriff Department
Ward County Sheriff Department
District & County Attorneys in Ector, Reeves and Ward Counties
Pecos Barstow Toyah ISD
Governing Board of Directors
LEAH MAHAN, PRESIDENT
KELBY DAVIS, PAST PRESIDENT
RITA MATTA, PRESIDENT ELECT
DANIEL REGALADO, TREASURE,
ALEX REYNOLDS, MEMBER AT LARGE
CAILEN JENKINS, MEMBER AT LARGE
Your support of Harmony Home and our mission of Together... Breaking the Silence... Healing the Hurt means the world to the children we serve each and every day! We appreciate your support and dedication.