Our 2017 Spring Newsletter is now available! Check out what is new with Exchange Family Center, including information on:
- Driving to strengthen families
- New Board Members
- 25th Anniversary Celebration
- Agency successes
There are over 65,000 children in Durham and, for some of these children, their parents don’t know how to help them have success. Many of these families could benefit from additional help through services like those offered by the Exchange Family Center (EFC). EFC offers support to any Durham County family struggling with their child’s behaviors free of charge. Unfortunately, the center often has more demand for services than capacity. The Hilton Garden Inn-Durham University Medical Center (HGI-DUMC) saw this unmet need and offered to provide a year of support.
Durham News reporter Elisabeth Arriero reports on the partnership between the Exchange Family Center and Durham County Department of Social Services to enable more families to access vital services.
The Herald-Sun published an editorial about the work of Exchange Family Services in combating child abuse, and how a grant to the Durham Department of Social Services will help expand services.
Lauren Horsch from The Herald-Sun reports on a grant received by the Durham County Department of Social Services that will allow it to partner with Exchange Family Center.
The Exchange Family Center (EFC) hosted an open house and dedication ceremony this
week where the Exchange Club of Greater Durham and the late John Black were recognized. EFC’s conference room was dedicated to Black, a long-time Club member and past EFC board president, to honor his commitment to the prevention of child abuse and to the community of Durham.