Every year we have the opportunity to take a look back at the impact we made. Just in case you missed our 2017 Annual Report we've got you covered. Our mission is to provide compassionate, comprehensive services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse, and domestic violence, while partnering with our community to promote safety, hope, healing, justice, and prevention. We are grateful that we are able to impact the lives of our clients and their children.
2017 was a big year with big impact! We received a $1.2 million grant to help meet housing needs for the clients we serve and launch our Transitional Housing Program, we celebrated our grand opening of The Prevention Center: new office space housing the Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP) and Prevention, Education, and Awareness Program (PEAP), allowing for expanded services and the Denton County DA's office made a significant donation of $50k to help support the work our agency does in the community (you can read more about these big wins on page 9 of our annual report).
Our volunteers really rocked it out with 23,157 hours of service. Our Survivors Advocacy Team (SAT) responded to over 220 sexual assault calls at local hospitals. You can learn more about our SAT volunteers here.
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Because of support like yours, we were able to help thousands of women and children last year access comprehensive services. We provided 2,412 child and adolescent counseling services to 231 children, our Prevention, Education, and Awareness Team educated 28,956 students and community members and 15,405 Adult Counseling Services were provided. This is just a snapshot of the impact happening right here at Friends of the Family.
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We provide compassionate, comprehensive services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse, and domestic violence, while partnering with our community to promote safety, hope, healing, justice, and prevention. If you or someone you know is in need of help our 24-Hour Crisis Line can be a resource.
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940-382-7273 or 800-572-4031