our story


Small Talk started with the dream that we could make a difference in the life of just one child by providing a safe place for healing. A simple concept, but a tremendous responsibility. Alex Brace began as our organization's first employee and now leads it today as our Executive Director. Alex and the dedicated staff are committed to guiding children through the worst possible trauma and giving them an opportunity to heal.  We have stood together; founder, staff, board, professionals and community partners and watched the dream of Small Talk become a reality.  Just five years later, we have grown our dream into a state of the art center leading the community in addressing child abuse and empowering children to have the courage to heal.


We ask you to raise your hand today and join us in our commitment to these brave children. 


"I'm glad I told, because I'm here." -A Child in counseling at Small Talk. 



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MSUFCU's Charity Committee Presents Small Talk CAC with a check for the $79.372 that they fundraised for the organization in 2016.  THANK YOU MSUFCU!


“The work they do — to not only bring justice to the victims of abuse, but also to help them throughout the healing process — is incredible, and I am so glad we had the privilege of being a part of that.”


-Megan, MSUFCU Employee and Charity Committee Member



  • Our 3rd annual Small Voices Big Heroes Auction was on October 6th! Thanks to everyone who came out to support!
  • MSUFCU donated $79,372 to Small Talk! To learn more about this amazing partnership, click here
  • Donate today and help support children who have the courage to speak and give them an opportunity to heal.
  • Click Here to check out our story in the Lansing State Journal


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Our Mission

To provide a comfortable, child-friendly atmosphere where children receive coordinated services during the child abuse investigative process.

our vision

A state of the art center leading the community in addressing child abuse and empowering children to have the courage to heal.