But healing is possible if you have the right people by your side. With the resources we have available, the many short and long-term effects of family violence, both personal and global, can be overcome. In fact, many people are on that path to healing right now.
Our multidisciplinary team of experts is here to provide each person the personalized care they need, while working to eliminate the damage that these heinous acts cost society as a whole. Here, we focus on all aspects of family violence, beyond prevention and intervention:
- We treat victims.
- We advocate for change.
- We conduct research.
The goal of everything we do is to break the cycle. And to restore hope.
Enjoy our 2016 Annual Report.
The inaugural Where's The Line? campaign event benefiting The Center for Family Safety and Healing and is being held Thursday, October 12, 2017 from 5:30PM - 8:00PM.
Be sure to mark your calendars for the
20th Annual New Albany Classic Invitational Grand Prix and Family Day
on Sunday, September 24, 2017! Click here for ticket information.
Check out the Columbus Monthly article that features the New Albany Classic 20th anniversary event, as well as our wonderful TCFSH staff members and partners.
Columbus Monthly September 2017: The New Albany Classic
By popular demand, we will again be hosting our Project S.A.F.E. conference, Building Resilience: A Community Response, on Tuesday, October 5, 2017! This event will be an exact replica of our conference in May that many were unable to attend due to a maximum capacity audience. Be sure to print, complete and submit your registration form before the September 22, 2017 deadline! Project S.A.F.E. (Safe Assessment for Everyone) works to screen all women for domestic violence who are receiving prenatal care and refers them to supportive services as needed.
Schedule a no-cost, customized training for your organization.
See details about our Community Training Programs.
After a sometimes difficult visit to the Child Assessment Center,
a patient is able to choose a fuzzy friend to take home.
Please help us keep Abigail's Corner supplied with stuffed animals.
Call (614) 722-8200 for more information.