Family Crisis Council
Current FCC Needs
Currently, we are in need of:
Volunteers to be Victim Advocates- Please call 704-754-8486 if you think you might be interested.
Carabiner Clips (~2 inches, any color)
Flashlights - to fit in pocket or purse
Lotions - to fit in purse
Hand Sanitizer - to fit in purse
Shower Liners (6 Heavy duty)
Cleaning supplies – Lysol wipes, Pine Sol, swiffer pads etc.
White security business envelopes
Various sizes of new 3 ring binders
Gas cards for clients
Wanting to give something fun to our shelter residents? How about movie tickets or movie baskets (Popcorn, candy, movie).
If you can help with any of these needs, please drop off donations at the United Way at 1930 Jake Alexander Blvd. or call our Community Coordinator at 704-754-8486 to schedule a pick-up.
What is domestic violence?
Domestic Violence is the continuous pervasive use of threats, intimidation, coercion and manipulation through privilege and violence (physical/sexual/emotional) to instill fear in the partner in an intimate relationship. It is a form of control over another person.
What is sexual assault?
Sexual assault (or sexual abuse) is any type of sexual activity that one does not agree to, including:
inappropriate touching, vaginal, anal, or oral penetration, sexual intercourse without consent, rape or attempted rape, or child molestation.
Sexual assault can be verbal, visual, or anything that forces a person to join in unwanted sexual contact or attention. Examples of this are voyeurism (when someone watches private sexual acts), exhibitionism (when someone exposes him/herself in public), incest (sexual contact between family members), and sexual harassment. It can happen in different situations, by a stranger in an isolated place, on a date, or in the home by someone you know.
Sexual Assault Victims cannot be required to pay any out-of-pocket costs to obtain a medical forensic exam. The medical forensic exam is completely free of charge and can be obtained regardless of whether or not they participate in the criminal justice process.
Family Crisis Council will not collect or share information unless it is essential to providing services, program management, as part of approved research, or as required by law.