The Family Place is a nonprofit agency that helps families hurt by domestic violence. All services are provided are provided free of charge, with exception of the Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP). All services are also available in English and Spanish. Haga clic aquí para versión en español »
In 2012, the Center for Nonprofit Management presented The Family Place the Nonprofit of the Year Award. In 2000, the Texas Homeless Network named The Family Place the Most Outstanding Domestic Violence Agency in the state of Texas, and in 2004, the Center for Nonprofit Management presented The Family Place with its Mission Achievement Award.
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24-hour Crisis Hotline: 214-941-1991 offers crisis counseling, information and referrals.
Emergency Shelter: provides family violence victims with safety, food, clothing, transportation, legal services, counseling and case management services at our 100-bed Safe Campus.
Transitional Housing: provides long-term housing, education and training to help victims rebuild their lives in 25 on-site apartments at the Safe Campus.
Child Development Center: provides full-time childcare for clients at the Safe Campus with a curriculum designed for the unique needs of traumatized children.
Safe Campus Learning Center: provides K-2 students with an on-site school that keeps them safe and helps them regain developmental delays.
Community-based Counseling: offers group and individual counseling and support services in four offices located in Dallas County and at collaborative partner sites.
Children’s Counseling: uses play therapy and activity-based programming to help children who have witnessed family violence change the way they look at the world.
Be Project: teaches students how to prevent bullying, sexual assault and teen dating violence.
Incest Recovery Program: provides counseling for victims of incest.
Supervised Child Visitation: provides supervised visitation and monitored exchange to families with a history of family violence.
Battering Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP): provides counseling for abusers working to change their violent behavior.
Dignity at Work: Through career and financial empowerment training, our job-readiness program inspires and equip clients to gain economic independence with dignity.
Legal Services: provides on-site attorneys for clients in cooperation with Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas.
Resale Shop: provides clients with vouchers to purchase what they need so they can start over and raises funds through donations and sales. Contact the Resale Shop at 214-358-0381.