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In February, WSFA 12 News viewers helped capture 19 wanted fugitives by calling in to our
"CrimeStoppers Action Line". Wednesday we opened our phone lines for a "Stop the Violence Action Line" to help you.

While the phone bank has ended, the need for help and the resources to get that help continue on. If you're the victim of domestic violence, need help protecting your children or just need help reducing crime in your neighborhood, there are a lot of organizations that can help.

We partnered with the Montgomery Dept. of Public Safety, The Montgomery District Attorney's office, One Place Family Justice Center, Child Protect, Family Sunshine Center, Family Guidance Center, CrimeStoppers and others to assist YOU.

Here are their numbers:


Montgomery Police Dept.

911 – emergencies

Non Emergencies – 241-2651

Arrest and Accident Reports – 241-2708


Montgomery District Attorney's office

334-832-2550

http://www.mc-ala.org/ELECTEDOFFICIALS/DISTRICTATTORNEY

Helping Montgomery Families Initiative  334-832-1666


One Place Family Justice Center

334-262-7378

www.oneplacefjc.org


Child Protect

262-1220

http://www.childprotect.org/


Family Guidance Center

http://www.familyguidancecenter.org/

Family needs have certainly changed since Family Guidance Center first started serving families in 1959. Our full range of services includes counseling, parenting education, marriage enrichment, mentoring, services for business and industry, child care support services, senior services, adult day care, career development, job training and other therapeutic services for families.

We continue to strive to help families reach their goals. Let us know how we can serve you better, drop us a line or give us a call toll free at 800-499-6597. Enjoy your visit with us.


Central Alabama Crimestoppers

215-STOP

http://www.215stop.com/


Sexual Assault Help

Standing Together Against Rape (STAR) 334-213-1227 or 888-908-7273 (LOCAL)

Rape Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) National Sexual Assault Hotline  800-656-HOPE(4673) (NATIONAL)

The Family Sunshine Center - http://familysunshine.org - provides many services including:

  • A 24/7 crisis line, 1.800.650.6522, for victims of family violence, including those experiencing (or having experienced) child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse.

  • A 24/7 shelter for victims of family violence who are in immediate danger and need safe shelter.

  • A counseling center where victims can call for an appointment or walk in between 8:30 and 4:30 M-F.

  • Intake counselors (and other staff) at One Place Family Justice Center to help victims navigate a menu of services designed to meet multiple needs under one roof.

  • An Outreach and Violence Prevention program that works with school-based and community programs to teach children and youth to be safe, treat one another with respect and kindness (bullying prevention), and understand healthy relationships and safe dates.

  • The number for our administrative offices to make a counseling appointment or request a violence prevention education program is 334.206.2100. 

 

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