Our Services

The whole key to life is knowing where to go for help.

THE FIRST STEP

 “The Journey of a Thousand Miles

Begins with a Single Step”


 We know how hard that first step is and what courage it takes.  The first step may be simply calling the Hotline to review your situation with a supportive listener.

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 WHAT IS THE FAMILY CRISIS INTERVENTION CENTER?

We provide the following types of services:

24 HOUR HOTLINE:  1-800-794-2335 or 428-2333, provides information, referrals, crisis intervention, peer counseling, and emotional support.

SHELTER:  In a supportive, home-like environment for battered victims and their children. This gives the resident an opportunity to review their situation, sort out their feelings, and be involved in active problem solving with assistance. We have a fifteen bed capacity; with handicap facilities.

INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING: Is provided on a referral basis.

LEGAL ADVOCACY:  Helping clients to identify their rights explore their legal options and assist them through the court system, if desired.

CASE MANAGEMENT:  Providing support and resources to victims of domestic violence.

SUPPORT GROUP:  Weekly group sessions for adult women facilitated by a domsestic violence advocate to discuss issues of abuse and to gain emotional support.  Non-shelter clients are required to call before being admitted to the support group. Child care is available.

PARENTING CLASSES: Classes for parents, to help enrich communication skills within the family.  Call us at the shelter for more information. 1-304-428-2333.

THE “KIDS FIRST PROGRAM” IS A CHILD EXCHANGE AND MONITORED VISITATION CENTER:  VISIT  HOME PAGE

This separate location provides parents or guardians, who are going through a divorce or difficult situations, a place to exchange or visit their children in a child friendly and neutral environment.  This program requires signed court orders.  Call the shelter to check availability in your county. More information here.

DRESSING WOMEN FOR SUCCESS:  A program to support the efforts of low-income women who are entering or reentering the workforce by providing interview appropriate clothing, offering peer-support, and seeking opportunities to help them enhance their self-image, self-esteem and confidence.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

 

THE FCIC IS UNABLE TO PROVIDE SHELTER TO VICTIMS:  In need of emergency mental health intervention (suicidal, homicidal or psychotic), or those who need custodial or rehabilitative medical care.

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 TO DONATE: FCIC, PO Box 695, Parkersburg, WV 26101

MEET THE FOLKS THAT DESIGNED AND DONATED OUR LOGO

justAjar Design + Press is the mighty tandem-team of Sara Alway & Bobby Rosenstock. After criss-crossing the country from New York to Portland to Philadelphia, their love for vintage type and beautiful landscapes have now landed them in Southeastern Ohio, where they are busy designing, printing, working on their home and collecting old type from local antique shops. Sara teaches graphic design at Marietta College while Bobby runs the letterpress shop in Marietta.

Here at justAjar we can do just about anything. We are all about preserving and sharing the traditional crafts of hand-setting type and carving wood. All of our work is very labor intensive and of the highest quality. If you are interested in learning more about what we do send us an email, or even better come and visit!

1000 Warren Street, Marietta, OH 45750, (503) 853-6720

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