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Phone: 205-801-5151
2300 10th Court South
Birmingham
Alabama 35205
USA
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Target demographics: Our services are open to the community. We serve parents, children & families. Whether at risk or not...we are here to serve you.

Programs: The Exchange Club Family Skills Center currently offers five programs. We offer parenting classes at various locations in the Birmingham community. We also have a parent aide program, which offers support on a one on one basis for parents and their children. We offer a weekly nurturing program for parents and their children. On occasion we are asked to speak at various locations on child abuse (how to prevent it, how to spot is, etc.) and other parental issues. We also offer a Parents Anonymous group that gathers together weekly for group discussion and support. This group allows parents to determine topic discussed base on their needs. For all of our programs, child care is provided.

Mission:
The Exchange Club Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse was incorporated in June of 1995, in August 0f 1997 we began doing business as the Family Skills Center. We are primarily funded by the Children''s Trust Fund of Alabama. Our center offers parenting classes free of charge to anyone interested in the Greater Birmingham area and surrounding counties. The Exchange Club Family Skills Center is also home of Parents Anonymous.
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11/11/10
I have been an Exchange Club member since 1989, but I didn't really know what the Exchange Club Family Skills Center did until I joined the board. The Family Skills Center is the "Instruction Book" you don't get when you get your bundle of joy at the hospital. The center can answer all those ... more »
11/08/10
About 18 years ago, I heard a horrifying story on the local radio station in Birmingham, Alabama about how twin girls who were 5 yrs old, were found in an apartment, living in a dog crate and in their own feces. Because they were so under nourished and living in a dog crate, they were only the size ... more »
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