VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) - The Children's Advocacy Center in Valdosta is getting a much needed upgrade.
They will be breaking ground on a new facility in a few months.
The new building will double the size of the current one.
They will have more forensic examination rooms, a playground, and much more space.
The organization is also trying to raise $250,000 to upgrade the technology in the building.
The land for the building was donated to the advocacy center by the Vallotton family.
The building itself is funded through a community block grant.
"While we'll miss our little house having the facility and the sound baffling and being able to have two more therapy rooms will give us a real feeling of peace," says executive director Susan Atwell.
The advocacy center is set to be completed in 2017.