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Causes: Child Abuse Prevention, Crime & Law, Domestic Violence

Mission: Our mission is to break the cycle of child abuse and domestic violence through providing primary, secondary and teriary prevention and intevertion programs for children, individuals and families.

Target demographics: to help build strong and resilient children and families

Direct beneficiaries per year: 700 clients with free trauma therapy, 70 clients with home-based support, 300 with center based education, and 1800 with hospital based support and education; 280 with Anger Mgt. Classes, and over 10,000 with community and professional training!

Geographic areas served: Southeast Alabama

Programs: Free individual and group trauma therapy to survivors of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault; ; center, hospital and home based parent support and education programs; Parenting Assessment and Referrals for DHR; School-Based Counseling for high-risk children; Community-wide and Professional Training on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), Trauma-informed Care, and Mandatory Reporting Laws. In addition, we provide school-based prevention edcuation.

Community Stories

6 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Mary Frances H.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Great staff and services! Always friendly and helpful!

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Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Our agency regularly refers patients to The Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention, and our experience with their experienced, skillful staff could not be more positive. The Exchange Center provides more services to more people than many of us realize. They not only provide counseling, new parent classes, an anger management course and improve the coping skills for people who are struggling in their role as parents, The Exchange Center also provides counseling to those who have survived various traumatic events ranging from abuse at the hands of a loved one to a dysfunctional childhood to being rejected by family because of questions surrounding one's sexual identity. Executive Director Pam Miles and her caring staff successfully navigate these difficult issue and more, while providing training to other agencies and raising community awareness surrounding issues of today, such as improving health care delivery in Dothan by creating a more trauma-informed community. Pam Miles and her staff are passionate about their work and I could not sing their praises any more highly.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

The staff members at The Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention are passionate about providing the best possible care for their clients.

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Board Member

Rating: 5

The staff of the Exchange Center continually puts their clients needs above their own. They are underpaid and overworked but truly care about their clients. This is a ministry of love and one day they will hear the words that we should all desire to hear, " Well done my faithful servant".

2 Niki P.

Board Member

Rating: 5

This non-profit is an excellent source for the Wiregrass community. Its commitment to servicing those in need is unmatched. I highly recommend the Exchange Center!

1 hoppemail

Board Member

Rating: 5

I was first attracted to this organization because of the passion and expertise of its leadership. It has a tiny budget and a small staff, but The Exchange Center is making a large impact in the area of abuse counseling and prevention in our community. It is positioned to grow beyond Dothan into surrounding counties, and it is exciting to be part of an organization that is driven towards healthy expansion and growth.

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