Since 1982 the Family Center has been a source of hope for families dealing with anger and violence. Through trauma-focused counseling, group therapy, and education programs, we help restore victims to themselves and to the community, providing hope for a better future.
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From classes for divorcing parents to clinical assessments, counseling and group therapy, all of our programs and services help children, adults and families heal from traumatic events and cultivate kindred homes.
Events help us raise awareness and generate crucial resources to serve and build a kindred community. Join us at our next event and see how you can get involved. See our next event and check out the gallery for past events.
From internships to CASA training and placement, you can help make a difference for families in need by giving your time. Learn more about opportunities to invest your kindred spirit.
Kindred Spirit Blog
It’s important to allow yourself to experience all emotions, including anger, in healthy ways. Anger is a natural emotion and it is not the enemy, but how a person chooses to act on it is extremely important.
Anger is a normal emotion. The Exchange Club Family Center has developed a 10-week program to help children, teens and parents find methods of anger management that work.
Last month, the Exchange Club Family Center launched a 10-week program called, “Let’s Talk About Parenting.” The program provides parents with skills and resources to balance love and discipline with their children.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which is timely for one in six adults who are living with mental illness in the U.S. Whether you are impacted by mental illness, or you know someone who is, we have a few tips to help make sure that your mental health is a top priority.