As you may have heard, our facilities were involved in a large fire on the morning of January 19th, 2020. As of now, we are searching for temporary housing for our staff and those we serve. If you would like to donate towards helping us recover, you can do so at our donation page; you can also donate in person at your local Happy State Bank, Amarillo National Bank, or Bank of America locations.
We want to thank everyone who has offered their support in these difficult circumstances and are humbled to be on the receiving end of so much love and generosity. We would not be where we are without you at our side.
Mardi Gras Party 2020 is Still On!
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How We Can Help
We provide assistance to victims of sexual assault, family violence and human trafficking in Amarillo, Texas and surrounding areas of the Texas Panhandle.Our programs are designed to provide safety as well as advocacy for victims, along with education on how to recognize signs of someone being a victim.
Emergency Safe House
Secure location for adults and their children who are survivors of domestic violence, human trafficking, and sexual assault. Our Safe House provides food, toiletries, and other essentials. Advocates provide help with attaining goals and referrals.
Behavioral Health & Wellness
We can help those with depression, stress management, grief recovery, divorce recovery, eating disorders, anxiety & phobias, domestic abuse, sexual abuse, self-esteem, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress, & more.
Veterans Resource Center
We provide veterans, family members and surviving spouses with the opportunity to make connections with peers, get help finding housing and employment, benefits, and other effects of service.
Education & Prevention
We provide educational programs, presentations and specialized training focusing on dating violence prevention, bullying, child abuse prevention, teen suicide prevention, parenting education and support, substance abuse prevention, teen pregnancy prevention, teen mentors, and more.
When people experience trauma or severe life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel. We are passionate about bringing healing to people who have been through traumatic or stressful experiences.
Support Our Cause
Give the gift of safety today to help provide safety to victims in need.
Find Out How You Can Help
Our Volunteer Services aim to support the mission of FSS through community involvement, and continued education and increased awareness of domestic violence
News & Events
Save The Date! Saturday, February 15, 2020, in the Amarillo Civic Center Heritage Ballroom, 7PM – 11PM. Check event details
CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY By Jonathan Baker Family Support Services’ work to heal the hurting If you live in the Texas Panhandle, there’s a good chance that you or someone you know has been helped in one way or another by the staff of Family Support Services. The...
An exhibit to bring awareness to human trafficking. CLICK HERE FOR EVENT DETAILS
The True Story – Human Trafficking Exhibit
A special event to bring awareness to human trafficking. Featuring art, music, food trucks, and community education. Admission is free.
Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM CST
Save The Date! Saturday, February 15, 2020, in the Amarillo Civic Center Heritage Ballroom, 7PM – 11PM. This annual event will take on a new look and flavor in its 11th year! An international menu, music by Noah Jenda, gaming provided by Palo Duro Ambucs, a Mardi Gras Store, and much more! Tickets and tables are on sale now! www.silentauctionpro.com/
Tables: $450 Tickets: $60
“‘I’ve been in my fair share of veterans organizations but I will say that the Veterans Resource Center has been the most help. Amazing staff that helped me get back on my feet.” – Sean R.
” The staff was very compassionate; they saved my life and my kid’s lives when we escaped from my abuser.” – Laurie T.
” Trauma-informed yoga was amazing! Definitely recommend ” – Kim B.
“This is actually a very good place for those who need therapy. They work with you on your income and get you with the best person possible.” – Stetson P.