The Exchange Club Family Center provides positive, supportive counseling, education, and advocacy services to improve the safety and harmony of the Mid-South community – one family at a time.
A holistic approach that interrupts and eliminates family violence through early intervention and community collaboration.
- Belief: change is possible
- Respect: for others and for self - no blame, no shame
- Autonomy: families are able to direct their own lives
- Interdependence: families are able to form healthy relationships and attachments
- Dignity: there is no weakness, no fault associated with asking for help
- 1984: Local Memphis-area Exchange Clubs Provide seed funding for a child abuse prevention (CAP) center
- 1993: The Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention Center of the Mid-South hires Barbara King
- 1993-2016: Name change to the Exchange Club Family Center
- 2013: The Family Center and CASA of Memphis merge
- 2016: Barbara King retires as the Executive Director; Jennifer Balink is hired