Family Violence
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JLCC recognizes family violence as an urgent criminal and public health issue that causes devastating consequences for women, children and families.

Collin County Council on Family Violence (CCCFV) 

The Collin County Council on Family Violence strengthens collaborative, professional partnerships and serves as a catalyst for a sustained movement against family violence in Collin County. We are proud of the work our member organizations do to help victims of family violence in Collin County. The Council is facilitated by the Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) and is comprised of mental health, law enforcement, human resources and faith professionals. The CCCFV provides unprecedented training, community networking, and unique hands-on experience working directly with community partners, elected officials, and leaders of community organizations to address the problem of family violence in Collin County. CCCFV hosts a monthly meeting and multiple educational and community awareness events, such as the North Texas Facing Family Violence Conference. Family violence has no home in Collin County, but hope does. To learn more, visit the CCCFV website



HopeWorks provides an evidence-based curriculum to Hope’s Door transitional housing and emergency shelter clients with the goal of empowering survivors of domestic violence in securing independent, violence-free lifestyles through vocational readiness.  JLCC Volunteers deliver the curriculum and create a comfortable, encouraging training atmosphere.


My Friend’s House

My Friend’s House, a program of City House, is a 24-bed emergency shelter for children who have been removed from their homes due to allegations of abuse or neglect. The children range in age from birth through seventeen years. JLCC volunteers provide a weekly reading program that encourages literacy while offering a fun evening developed around the theme of a carefully selected children’s book.   Committee:




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