Family Service of Davidson County puts people first and through a wide array of quality services strives to make a difference in our community. Our services are organized under three divisions:
Counseling services assist individuals, youth and families who are having difficulties at home, work, and school. Our licensed clinicians provide quality individual, couple, family, and group counseling services that address issues such as:
Parent-child relationship problems
Child behavior problems
Child abuse and adults with a history of abuse
Anxiety, stress, and addiction
Grief and loss
Relationship issues including couples counseling
Post-traumatic stress and trauma
Available 24/7- the crisis line provides immediate confidential crisis response intervention, information, referral, and support services to victims of domestic and sexual violence. Crisis services are provided by a trained Family Services staff member.
Crisis Intervention Advocates are available to support anyone experiencing domestic and/or sexual violence, seeking resources and information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship.
Hattie Lee Burgess Home provides a safe, temporary residence available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for domestic violence and sexual assault survivors and their children.
Youth & Community
Youth and Community Services provide comprehensive services to reduce juvenile delinquency. Staff assist young people and families who are faced with difficulties at school, home or in the community to improve their chances for success in life. Priority is placed on reducing the likelihood that at-risk youth will continue down a criminal path.