The Children's Law Center partners with many other organizations that provide support to victims of domestic violence. We also follow current research on the topics that affect the families we serve, and belong to groups that help us to work more effectively in our community.
Family Services (Forsyth County)
Family Services is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving Forsyth County in North Carolina since 1905. Working together with individuals and families, we offer a full range of services including counseling, education, intervention, and advocacy.
Our mission is to promote the school readiness of children, the well-being of adults and families, and the safety of those in the community impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault.
Family Services is the primary provider of Head Start services to children and families in Forsyth County. In addition, we are also the primary provider for domestic violence programs which includes a shelter for women and their children.
Family Service of the Piedmont (Guilford County)
Family Service of the Piedmont offers victim advocate services, including crisis intervention, victim support through legal and medical proceedings, a 24-hour crisis line, shelters for battered women and their children (Clara House & Carpenter House), a women’s domestic violence support group and a children’s treatment group. In addition, groups for male and female batters, and individual and family counseling are also available.
The Parenting Path
The Parenting Path (formerly Exchange/SCAN) provides a variety of programs to prevent and treat child abuse, including supervised visitation.
20 different services or support groups are used in the prevention and treatment of child abuse and over 10,000 individuals are reached in 16 counties in Northwest North Carolina.
Safe on Seven is a multi-agency approach to services for victims of domestic violence. The Center is located at 725 Highland Avenue adjacent to the Behavioral Health Plaza in Winston-Salem, NC. 336.776.3255
The Safe on Seven Center provides a "one-stop shop" for domestic violence victims by bringing together key service providers from the criminal and civil justice systems, law enforcement, victim advocates, legal advocates, providing access to a variety of services to victims in one centralized location.
Domestic Violence Information
The Guilford County Family Justice Center (FJC) is a new public safety initiative through Guilford County that is designed to bring professionals together under one roof to provide coordinated collaborative services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child maltreatment, and elder abuse victims. It opened in June of 2015.
The collaboration of professionals at the FJC seeks to make services for victims more easily accessible, provide a safe, supportive environment for those seeking help, provide streamlined and better coordinated services, increase and improve communication among entities serving victims, increase successful prosecution in family violence cases, and reduce offender recidivism.
The FJC is located at 201 S. Greene St. in downtown Greensboro and at 505 East Green Drive in High Point.