Mission: Mission statement: it is the mission of the montgomery area family violence program to bring help, hope and healing to victims of family violence and/or sexual assault through a crisis line, emergency shelter, transitional housing, individual and group counseling, trauma-focused behavioral therapy, support groups, financial literacy training, etc. , and to help end the cycle of violence in homes and communities through outreach and prevention. Services are provided in a seven-county region, including autauga, butler, chilton, crenshaw, elmore, lowndes and montgomery counties, which makes up roughly ten percent of the square mileage of the state of alabama. Impact statement: the montgomery family violence program saves lives, perhaps in giving advice to victims of domestic violence via the 24-hour crisis line; welcoming families in crisis into emergency shelter; offering counseling services to victims who have not previously understood the cycle of violence and how it is likely to repeat
Programs: The program provides shelter and counseling to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault within a seven county area surrounding the montgomery, alabama area.