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We just released Family Services' 2016 Annual Report. Take a look to learn more about our programs, impact, supporters, and financials. With the support of our incredible community of donors, volunteers, and partners, Family Services is building safety in homes, in relationships, and for children--creating a safer community where everyone can thrive.
Save the date and plan to join Family Services on June 17th for our signature annual fundraiser, the Guest Chef Series. Tickets will be available soon!
This morning, MyVoice member Jasmine was off to Washington DC to represent Woodlake, Tulare County, and Family Services at the This Gen Youth Summit. Jasmine was one of only 80 students nationwide selected to attend.
Two local survivors of domestic violence are soon moving with their children into transitional housing apartments, and we are seeking donations of furniture and household items to make these apartments feel like home.
In October, the U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime awarded a $1.4 million, three-year grant to Family Services, the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office, and the Tulare County Sheriff’s Office to strengthen the Tulare County Human Trafficking Task Force, help pay for investigations, and offer essential services for victims. Learn about what the partners are doing to combat human trafficking and help victims in our community.
Read about Ashley Cain, a volunteer domestic violence crisis counselor who first came to Karen's House when she was only four years old with her mother. Now she is sharing hope with women and children who are going through what she and her mom went through years ago.
Family Services, the Tulare County District Attorney’s Office, Tulare County Adult Protective Services, and the Tulare County Sheriff‘s Office are working together to enhance collaboration and response to victims of abuse in later life in Tulare County.
Read a note from FSTC Executive Director Caity Meader about how we increased the capacity of our emergency domestic violence shelter by 10%, while adding the flexibility to shelter male victims of domestic violence and their children.