Healthy families build healthy communities. This is why we’re here.
Dedicated to protecting, counseling, supporting, and empowering all individuals, children and families in Forsyth County, Family Services provides relief and response to critical community issues.
We are here to help
Are you afraid of being harmed by someone close to you?
We can help you reclaim safety, hope, healing and strength.
Need support to help you get through a tough time?
Meet with one of our experienced therapists and discover your own strengths to help cope, heal, and move forward.
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Hotline
If you are experiencing a crisis involving domestic violence or sexual assault, please call the 24-hour crisis line. Help is just a phone call away.(336) 723-8125
To request telehealth (video-based) counseling services. You will be able to leave a message and our Intake Specialist will return your call as soon as possible.(336) 722-8173
COVID-19 Coronovirus Resources & Information
Family Services is closely monitoring the rapidly changing coronavirus (COVID-19) health situation as it relates to our community, our mission, our families and our dedicated staff members.Go to resources
This is how you help
This is how you help
When you give to Family Services, you are helping your neighbors have the stability, security, and opportunities that allow Forsyth County to flourish, now and in the future.Donate now
Every day, Family Services depends on a team of trained volunteers to assist our clients in various ways.
Our volunteers come from across our community — school children, college students, employees of local companies and universities, church groups and the United Way.VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Leveraging its power to convene and its connective capacity, Family Services has invested in groundbreaking initiatives with transformative potential for our community.
But we need to do more.Research & Publications
Raising Every Child
May 4–5, 2022
Join us in our commitment to understanding adverse childhood experiences. ACEs are traumatic events that can damage children emotionally, physically, and psychologically. Join us along with one of the world’s leading experts to learn about one of the largest and most misunderstood public health issues as we work to create a healthier community and better future for all.Register now
RISE Against Domestic Violence
Last year, the WSPD reported nearly 7,000 incidents of domestic violence as our staff and volunteers handled nearly 2,000 Crisis Line calls. So while we’re unable to gather this October for our annual fundraising event, we ask for your support as we RISE together to support survivors during Domestic Violence Awareness month.Learn more