Our Mission

Our mission is to serve people in crisis from domestic and family violence, sexual assault and rape while working to eliminate these issues in our community.
Latest News

The Randolph County Family Crisis Center will be hosting the 8th annual Night of Hope fundraiser on August 20th, 2016 featuring a low country boil, silent auction, raffle, and live entertainment by Lyn Koonce and Friends. Tickets must be purchased in advance. Doors will open at 6:00 pm and we hope to see you there!

Domestic violence and sexual assault knows no boundaries - geographic, social, demographic or economic. We want to prove that compassion has no limits as well. If you or your business would like to help cultidsvate hope throughout the county, contact Danielle Garner at 626-5040 or garnerd@randolphfcc.org for further sponsorship or event information.

 

Services

Support Group
Parenting Classes
Protective Orders
Emergency Shelter
Safety Planning 
Children's Programs 
Crisis Counseling 
Batterer Intervention
Servicios en Español 

These services are provided at our Randolph and Montgomery county locations. Our crisis lines are available 24/7 and can be reached at the following respective locations: Asheboro (336) 629-4159 and Montgomery County (910) 571-9745. For business inquiries and non-crisis calls, the business lines are as follows: Asheboro (336) 625-4050 and Montgomery (910) 571-9748.

Volunteer

Looking to share your time, talent and skills?  We need you as a volunteer!  Getting started is simple. Please click here to access our on line volunteer registration form or call (336) 626-5040 and ask to speak with our Volunteer Coordinator. 

(336) 629-4159
24 Hour Crisis Line