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A Tale of Two Cities?

Winston-Salem and Forsyth County are thriving. The Wake Forest Innovation Quarter is bustling with start-ups, tech firms, the Wake Forest University Medical School, and events in Baily Park. Downtown is brimming with restaurants and attracting new residents. Business 40 will soon become a safe and swift expressway, adorned with creative corridors. And, Winston-Salem and Forsyth [...]

Putting a spotlight on childhood hunger with NC chefs

For many children at Sarah Y. Austin Child Development – and at Family Services’ 15 partner child care centers – the breakfast snack and lunch they receive are the most important meals of the day. Children cannot learn on empty stomachs. Family Services early childhood development programs for children, birth to age 5, nurture every [...]

Gateway building celebrates 10 Years!

Ten years ago, today, Family Services officially moved into its new headquarters on South Broad Street near Salem Avenue in the Southeast Gateway, along what is now the Salem Greenway. When it opened its doors in 2008, the new building was the first in Forsyth County to be certified green by the U. S. Green [...]

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Safe on Seven has a new location

Forsyth County’s Domestic Violence Center will move from the Hall of Justice to a new location in east downtown Winston-Salem. On Monday, January 8, 2018, Family Services will operate Forsyth County’s Domestic Violence Center from a new location. Safe on Seven (SOS) is moving from the seventh floor of the Hall of Justice building, where [...]