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About The Exchange Club Family Center

The Exchange Club Family Center works to break the cycle of family violence and child abuse so that children do not grow up to become child abusers.  At the Family Center, children can find a safe haven to be nurtured, and parents can learn new behaviors that enable them to take better care of their children.

At The Exchange Club Family Center there is help that restores the hopes and dreams of children and adults affected by child abuse, family violence, or traumatic family transitions. The Center offers programs to help both children and adults understand these behaviors and gain the support they need to cope with difficult family situations. Each of these programs improves life skills, helping children and adults learn to modify behaviors, improve self-esteem and deal with anger.

 

 

 

 

Our History

 

 

 

 

The Exchange Club Family Center was opened in 1984 through the efforts of six local Exchange Clubs to help prevent child abuse. 

The Family Center began in 1984 with a staff of three. The agency now has a staff of over 40. The Family Center offers 20 programs and has an annual budget of over $2 million. Our staff is unsurpassed in the Mid-South in experience and knowledge of child abuse and family violence. Last year, well over 5,500 clients and family members were served. 

The Exchange Club Family Center is a 501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit entity dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and family violence. It is one of 100 centers nationwide sponsored in part by the National Exchange Club Foundation for the Prevention of Child Abuse.

 

Facts about The Exchange Club Family Center

  • The Exchange Club Family Center began in 1984 with a staff of three. This agency now has a staff of over 40.
  • The Exchange Club Family Center began with one parenting class and in-home Parent Aides.
  • The Exchange Club Family Center now offers 20 programs and has an annual budget of over $2 million.
  • Our staff is unsurpassed in the Mid-South in experience and knowledge of child abuse and family violence.
  • In 2016 over 5,500 clients and family members were served.

Visit the National Exchange Club website for more information.

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