1736 Family Crisis Center

1736 Family Crisis Center
Program Name: 
Domestic Violence Program
Grant Year: 
2015
Grant Type: 
General Community
Grant Amount: 
$20,000
Interest Area: 
Domestic & Sexual Violence Prevention and Support
Grant Purpose: 

The Domestic Violence Program provides training and support for therapists who will treat survivors and to support a Domestic Assault Response Team (DART) advocate who will help victims of domestic violence leave the batterer. 

Description: 

Founded in 1972, 1736 Family Crisis Center provides emergency, critical care, and rehabilitative services for extremely vulnerable, often injured children, families and individuals who are facing or fleeing life-threatening circumstances. It promotes long-term safety and self-sufficiency through a continuum of residential and outpatient services tailored to address individual needs.

 

Grant Quote: 

"Our agency intervenes with life-saving services during the most critical, dangerous times for victims of violence. It allows us to empower them through a facilitated, survivor-centered pathway to long-term independence, self-determination, and safety.”

Carol Adelkoff, CEO and Executive Director, 1736 Family Crisis Center