Children's Recovery Center       |    1801 Legion St |Myrtle Beach, SC 29577     |       843-448-3400

The Children's Recovery Center

of Horry and Georgetown Counties

We know a child who needs your help.

We serve abused children from Horry and Georgetown Counties


November 28, 2018

Tapping Party!!!

5:30 pm 

Gordon Biersch in Market Common 

The Children's Recovery Center is a proud member of :

$5 at the door is donated to the CRC and gets you.....a glass of the new Winter Brew and the appetizer buffet

We are proud to be a UWHC

Partner Agency

The Children’s Recovery Center's mission is to provide forensic interviews, medical examinations and effective advocacy for children suspected of having suffered sexual abuse. 

If you need help and don't know where to start, make the CRC your first call.

Our number is 843-448-3400. We're here for you from 8-5 Monday through Friday.  After hours, leave a message and we'll call you back the next day. You can also email our Executive Director, Louise Carson, at

Upcoming Events

 In Horry County 

  Department of Social Services




​​The Children's Recovery Center

is  the place families turn when

the unthinkable happens.

One-in-four girls  and one-in six boys

will be sexually abused

before the age of 18.  


Most children will never tell a soul.

They're too afraid. Too traumatized.​ 

 The Children's Recovery Center  helps

victims become survivors.   

We  protect children and help them heal.


Since 1996, the Children's Recovery Center has been helping children in Horry and Georgetown counties make their way through a horrible ordeal. Our diverse team of professionals provides forensic interviews, medical examinations, and effective advocacy for children who have suffered sexual abuse. 

 Children's Recovery Center is nonprofit community organization that provides centralized resources for children and families in crisis. Every child who enters our facility is treated with respect and compassion. From the first interview and medical exam to testifying on their behalf in court, we are here to advocate for the innocent. The child always comes first. 
 All referrals come to us through DSS and law enforcement. Anyone who suspects that a child is being abused should report it immediately. Always dial 911 in the event of an emergency.​

In Georgetown County

Department of Social Services


Police Department