Posted on August 20, 2018

July Snapshot

  • In July 2018, Denton County Friends of the Family served 998 clients, completing a total of 8,412 services through counseling, advocacy, shelter, transitional housing, and legal assistance in our Victim Services Program.  
  • DCFOF received $20,000 for the Food Pantry from CoServ Foundation!
  • Children’s program renovation is moving along smoothly and we are about 90% complete

How We Helped In July 

221 New Client Intakes

517 Adults and 358 children served at the Outreach location

104 Clients received 147 Food Pantry services

717 Adult Counseling services

508 Play/Activity Therapy services

287 Children received 1,079 childcare services

681 Legal services

1,364 Advocacy services

34 Clients received services through our Transitional Housing Program

28 Adults and 24 children received Emergency Shelter and 525 Hours of Intervention services

Emergency Shelter clients stayed a total of 857 Nights with an average of 16.5 Shelter Nights per client

316 Crisis Calls Answered on the 24-hour Hotline

91 Community Presentations with 502 Attendees

134 Volunteers Donated 1,992 Hours of Service

50 SAT Calls Answered








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. 

24 Hour Crisis Line
940-382-7273 or 800-572-4031

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