Intervention

In the Spring of 1982, members of the Mental Health Community met to assess the need for a domestic violence program in Douglas County. They identified such a need and began the arduous task of program development. The Family Support Council first opened its door on June 1, 1982 as a private, non-profit agency providing services to resident of Douglas County who were victims of family violence. The Council is governed by a Board of Directors, which reflects the racial, ethnic and social composition of the county and includes a member who has been a victim of domestic violence.

Domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy 

  • Restraining orders; application assistance
  • Resources and referrals
  • Loaner phones
  • Individual served/shelter intakes
  • Victim of Crime application (funding)

Abbey Crossing – women’s & children 90-day shelter (18 yrs. And up)

  • Entry through Advocate evaluation
  • Harm of personal safety or life
  • Child abuse or threat of such
  • Emotional abuse by intimate partner

One Reply to “Intervention”

  1. I am looking for information to help me reconnect with my children. Parenting classes, therapy, or a counselor of sorts, I could use some direction

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