The Center for Family Violence Prevention is a private, non-profit agency that is funded by state and federal government grants. United Way, churches, civic and community groups, individuals, other private donors, and our own re-sale stores. Through this funding, the Center for Family Violence Prevention provides critical services and resources to victims of domestic violence. Our services include shelter, court services, adult outpatient therapy, children's counseling, supervised visitation, parenting classes, abuser treatment program, anger management, youth education, community outreach, and our resale stores. We welcome interns and volunteers in many of our programs.
9 People | 4 Impacts | 41 Hours