Franklin County Virginia Family Resource Center

• Domestic Violence Program & Emergency DV Shelter
• Domestic Violence Court Advocate
Follow-up Programs
• Domestic Violence Outreach

• Support Groups
• Stress & Anger Management
Volunteer Program
Domestic Violence Training
Public Speaking
• Youth & Children’s Services
• Prevention Services

Domestic Violence - It is your business.

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RED FLAGS OF AN UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIP:

*Blames others for own faults

*Drug/Alcohol use/abuse

*History of family violence

*Fascination with weapons

*Strong gender stereotypes

*Difficulty with authority

*Cannot express emotions verbally

*Treats partner like property or something they "possess"

*Isolaties you from friends, family

*Blows up at little things

*Thinks it's OK to resolve conflict with violence

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE... IT IS OUR BUSINESS!

The Family Resource Center operates a shelter for women and their children whom are victims of domestic violence and/or homelessness.
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April Feature: The FRC TEAM would like to thank Kristyn Tyree, Paiton Wainwright a Paige Wainwright for selecting their competition project to feature the services of FRC for victims of Domestic Violence in our Community. As part of their project they collected much needed items for the families in shelter to use during their stay and a monetary donation as well. They placed 2nd with a Silver finish in the State competition and are headed to Texas in July to compete in the Nationals! Good luck!

THANK YOU KRISTYN, PAITON & PAIGE OF THE FCHS FCCLA !

 

 

" LOVE YOU"

SHOULDN'T LOOK LIKE THIS.

LET US HELP.



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IF SOMEONE YOU KNOW IS BEING ABUSED...

*Listen - "I believe you."

*Acknowledge - "No one deserves to be abused."

*Express Concern - "I am concerned for your safety."

*Respect their Choices - "It's important for you to make decisions that are best for you."

*Be Supportive - "You are not alone."

*Provide Encouragement - "The Family Resource Center Hotline is anonymous & confidential. You could call them for help; I could sit with you when you do."

To make a donation
Please use the following mailing address:

Family Resource Center
P.O. Box 188
Rocky Mount, VA 24151

 FRANKLIN COUNTY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE: 483-1234

 

The Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Virginia’s leading voice on sexual and domestic violence, launched their LGBTQ Partner Abuse and Sexual Assault Helpline to provide support, information, and referrals to survivors, friends, family, and professionals wanting to know more about how to help members of the LGBTQ community who have been affected by sexual assault or partner abuse.
The Helpline operates Monday-Friday 8am-8pm, and can be reached by calling:

   1-866-356-6998

 

Franklin County Family Resource Center
PO Box 188 • Rocky Mount, VA • 540-483-5088 (TTY available)
cindytreadway@franklincountyva.org