One of the BNI Foundation’s founders has been recognized by the Austin Child Guidance Center for her dedication to children in the Austin Community.

ACGC Psychologist talks about the signs to watch for in children who might be struggling or contemplating suicide.

Together with community supporters, local businesses, musicians, and mental health advocates, the 7th Annual Austin Originals Benefit Concert & Live Stream raised $548,325 on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at ACL Live at the Moody Theater.


Saturday, December 1, 2018Friday, January 4, 2019

Sunday, December 9, 2018
3:00 pm5:00 pm
Austin Winery, 440 East Saint Elmo Road, A1, Austin, TX 78745

The mission of the Austin Child Guidance Center is to improve the mental health of children and their families through early intervention, diagnosis and treatment to help them develop the emotional skills to face life’s challenges.

  • ~ACGC Client
    ~ACGC Client

    “This place is a blessing for so many families with so many different needs. Kids are a mystery and you help us to figure them out.”

  • ~ACGC Child Client
    ~ACGC Child Client

    “I really enjoyed spending time with (my therapist) and getting stuff off my chest. It really helped me get past problems and grow stronger.”

  • ~Parent from Social Skills Class
    ~Parent from Social Skills Class

    “What I found to most helpful are the tools/verbiage to use. I know if I continue to make it a priority to practice at home, my child can be successful”

  • % Low-Income Families


  • % Children Making Progress On Goals


  • % Clients Satisfied With Services


  • # Children Served Since 1951


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