DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS CLOSER THAN YOU THINK.

1 in 3 women experience sexual assault or domestic violence at some point in their lives. Someone you know probably is, or will become a victim. Help us support these victims and take a stand against domestic violence.

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Each year domestic violence impacts millions of people.

Last year over 1,800 were from Sedgwick County.

Due to a lack of resources

221

requests for domestic violence services go unmet each day in Kansas.

Demand has grown

60%

in the last 12 months for for emergency shelter and traditional housing.

Each and every minute

20

people become victims of intimate partner violence.

Due to a lack of resources

221

requests for domestic violence services go unmet each day in Kansas.

Demand has grown

60%

in the last 12 months for for emergency shelter and traditional housing.

Each and every minute

20

people become victims of intimate partner violence.

Changing lives and empowering victims of domestic violence.

Wichita Family Crisis Center is thrilled to announce the completion of our NEW HOPE Capital Campaign! The campaign raised more than 7.2 million to purchase and renovate a new facility, which will open later in 2023.

Domestic violence shatters lives. Last year, Wichita Family Crisis Center provided crucial services for 2,000 survivors in the Wichita area to help them put together the pieces. Domestic violence doesn’t have to be the end of someone’s story.

We provide comprehensive services for victims of domestic violence and sexual exploitation. Our aim is to create safe communities by targeting the issues affecting residents and working to prevent future occurrences. Survivors are never alone.

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We will be closed today for a staff appreciation day! We are so grateful for our team of advocates and managers! As always, if you need to speak with an advocate, please call our 24/7 hotline (316) 267-7233 ... See MoreSee Less

We will be closed today for a staff appreciation day! We are so grateful for our team of advocates and managers! As always, if you need to speak with an advocate, please call our 24/7 hotline (316) 267-7233

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We are so grateful for the work you are doing and hope your team has a lovely day.

Our staff had such a great time at the 2024 Crime Victim’s Rights Conference! Thank yKansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV)KCSDV) for putting together such an amazing and educational event! ... See MoreSee Less

Our staff had such a great time at the 2024 Crime Victim’s Rights Conference! Thank you to Kansas Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence (KCSDV) for putting together such an amazing and educational event!Image attachmentImage attachment

An update on our office hours moving forward! As always, advocates are available 24/7 via our crisis hotline. (316) 267-7233 ... See MoreSee Less

An update on our office hours moving forward! As always, advocates are available 24/7 via our crisis hotline. (316) 267-7233

Thank you to Dawn and friends for their annual Easter Bucket extravaganza!🐣 ‘PEEP’ how cute they are- filled with stuffies, candy, crafts, and more!

A big thank you to the wonderful group of ladies who provide Easter buckets each year. We are going to have some very excited children! 🐥
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Thank you to Dawn and friends for their annual Easter Bucket extravaganza!🐣 ‘PEEP’ how cute they are- filled with stuffies, candy, crafts, and more!

A big thank you to the wonderful group of ladies who provide Easter buckets each year. We are going to have some very excited children! 🐥Image attachmentImage attachment

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Amazing

These are adorable! Such a great idea. Please let me know if you ever need any help with similar projects like this in the future- I'd love to pitch in!

They are so happy to see seasons change by holidays. They’re gonna love those.

Happy Women’s History Month! Who’s ready for a fun fact about WFCC? Did you know Wichita Family Crisis Center first opened in 1906 as the YWCA of Wichita?

The YWCA was dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. The YWCA provided services and educational courses to women who were working outside of the home, or displaced from their home. Some of the first services and educational courses were providing a warm meal to working women and teaching basic first aid. The YWCA was one of the pioneers to aid in women’s rights in Wichita.
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Happy Women’s History Month! Who’s ready for a fun fact about WFCC? Did you know Wichita Family Crisis Center first opened in 1906 as the YWCA of Wichita? 

The YWCA was dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. The YWCA provided services and educational courses to women who were working outside of the home, or displaced from their home. Some of the first services and educational courses were providing a warm meal to working women and teaching basic first aid. The YWCA was one of the pioneers to aid in women’s rights in Wichita.

It’s March Madness! Our staff had the fun idea to do a local restaurant bracket and our winneTacos tj 664tj 664 !!!! We catered our winner for a staff lunch today, so yummy!🌮 ... See MoreSee Less

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🤩did you throw the bracket? We would love to keep it😄

Birria Ramen is amaxing there!!!!

If you attended our Hope Gala, you most likely met some of our amazing staff and event volunteers!✨

These wonderful folks helped us keep the evening running smoothly, assisted guests, and helped out behind the scenes. Thank you to all who volunteered whether that was setting up, working the event, or tearing down. We appreciate YOU!

Special shout out to our Youth Advisory Council- they have helped bring our Hope Gala to life, and more importantly, have learned and advocated for our mission all year long.
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Together we have the power to stamp out domestic violence, and help restore lives for countless victims across south-central Kansas.

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