Counseling, Advocacy & Support Services include individual, family, and group counseling, advocacy, consultation, and emotional support services. FSC offers evidence-based, trauma-focused therapy for victims and their families. Additional supportive services include legal advocacy and court accompaniment, violence assessment, safety planning, and community resource assistance services. Services are available for both adults and children. Programs vary according to client needs.

Adult Services

FSC exists to offer hope and healing to those traumatized through domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or human trafficking. Our multidisciplinary team of licensed therapists is here to empower you on your journey. We offer a variety of services to meet the needs of victims, including:

Children’s Services

We are here to support you and your child/children (ages 3-18) in a safe and interactive environment. Licensed children’s therapists provide trauma-focused counseling in our counseling offices and school-based programs throughout the River Region. It’s important to know that trauma does not always display the same way in children as it does in adults. Should you notice any of the following in your child, please give us a call to discuss your child and determine the best possible options for help.

Possible Signs of Trauma:

Want to know more? You can always reach FSC at 334.263.0218. All calls are completely confidential and collect calls are accepted.

Legal Services

All current clients (those actively participating in either FSC’s Residential Program or Counseling Program) are also granted the opportunity to work with our Staff Attorney. FSC’s Staff Attorney is responsible for providing legal counsel, assistance, and resource information to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or stalking.  Our Staff Attorney can provide clients representation in a variety of civil matters including, but not limited to, subpoena response, protection from abuse, custody, child support, divorce, eviction, debt collection, public benefits, and health care matters – matters which stem from, or are caused by, the victimization incurred.