Color Me Safe

Color me SAFE was born from the immense need for professionals with an understanding of policy and procedure of child protection issues. Armed with years of experience and passion, we created a full-service consulting firm that could instill power and knowledge to those who need it.

We are a premier firm in North Texas. We tailor our services and products to fit your specific needs. We work diligently to ensure you receive unparalleled consultation as we collaborate with legal, educational, medical professionals and community providers to ensure you receive the best guidance obtainable, at an affordable cost. Our #1 priority is to help protect your most valuable asset . . . YOUR CHILD.

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