Dial the Family Resource Center Domestic Violence Hotline or other State or National help hotlines.
If you are in a bad relationship, an unhealthy relationship, or a dangerous, abusive relationship, and you need someone to talk to, contact the Family Resource Center and ask to speak with a Domestic Violence Case Manager.
Learn about the role of the Court Advocate and the services that they provide.
The Family Resource Center Domestic Violence Program offers a variety of services, which include an emergency shelter for any victim of domestic violence who is a resident of Franklin County, if needed.
When exiting the shelter, you may want to continue supportive services as you start your healthy lifestyle, free of domestic violence. Our Follow-Up Program can help you in this effort.
Groups & Classes
Explore groups and classes available at the Family Resource Center for people of all ages.
It is important to us to make sure that we reach all of the citizens of Franklin County who may be in need of our services, and the best way to do that is through community collaboration. We are proud to offer outreach services and support all Franklin County agencies.
Find children's groups available to schools, youth groups, and scout troops intended to educate and protect youth.
There are a variety of Safety Plans to consider when you are or have been a victim of domestic violence. Safety Plans can be a very important tool for victims to create and use.
Training & Public Speaking
The Family Resource Center has various types of trainings, free of charge, to offer groups, agencies, schools, churches, and citizens in our community. We also offer community education presentations.
Youth & Children
Access services for youth and children, such as classes and Child Assessment.