This event wouldn’t be possible without the diligent work of the Pinwheels Committee. These eight individuals have given up their time and energy to coordinate activities, contact sponsors, secure donations, organize volunteers, and plan, plan, plan. We see your hard work and are grateful for all that you do!
Jessica was referred to Exchange Family Center’s Parenting of Adolescents (POA) program to receive support improving her relationship with her mother (Jane) and addressing the emotional distress they both witnessed/experienced while living with domestic violence. Out family therapists helped this mother-daughter duo sort through a lot of emotions and an extensive domestic violence history.
As we unpack boxes, arrange furniture, and start thinking about other touches that will make our office home feel warm and welcoming, we want to let you know about some of the benefits this new space offers …
We are living in difficult times. After the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia and in Durham, things feel uncertain and fragile. Then there was Hurricane Harvey. As the new board president of the Exchange Family Center, I wanted to touch base to tell you where we are and what we’re doing.
With the start of this new year, EFC’s Board of Directors has elected new members into leadership positions. We are excited to welcome these dedicated Board members into their new roles.
The Exchange Family Center has been providing support to children and families in Durham since 1992, but we would not be the agency we are today without the incredible commitment of our partners. Thank you for all that you do!
Thank you for Supporting The Exchange Family Center for 25 Years!
Pinwheels: A Family Fun Day Strengthening Kids Socially and Emotionally
How do kids learn to connect socially and emotionally? If you’re a parent, you already know the answer: kids connect through play...
Welcome from Rachel Galanter, Exchange Family Center Director
As a professional parenting educator, I have a lot of information about how parents can build strong relationships with children and how to address challenging behavior....