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Mission Statement

The Exchange Family Center makes children’s lives better by strengthening their families, teachers, and communities through proven counseling, coaching, and training. We believe that caring adults are essential to developing resilience in children so they thrive now and as they grow We build up the skills and capacities of the caring adults children rely on We create safe spaces and responsive environments


We do what we can to ensure the safety and well-being of all involved. At times, children are at risk for abuse and neglect. Exchange Family Center has been involved in the community for 25 years, helping families and preventing child abuse and neglect.

An IRS certified 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Exchange Family Center makes a difference in the lives of children, adolescents and their families through the provision of family support, counseling, case management, group counseling, education, and supportive services.

These services are provided through our three main programs, including Early Childhood Outreach (EChO), Family Support Program (FSP), and the Parenting of Adolescents (POA) program.


Average Review 2 reviews

Would you recommend Exchange Family Center?

by Shaquira L. from Cary, NC (December 13, 2016)
I enjoyed the experience and the staff is great
by Jaclyn B. (January 9, 2014)
The Exchange Family Center is a tremendous program that does a lot of good for its community. I could give statistics, but it's really best to contact the group itself and let them tell you the good they do-- Nothing is as impactful as hearing stories about the specific families and children they help. Just be aware that they are typically looking for more skilled volunteers and do conduct group interviews (though it was just two people when I went). If you fit the bill, I would highly recommend this organization-- The work is exceptionally rewarding whether you set up tables at their events, filing paperwork, or directly helping the families.