Family Support Center

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We still are here for you… it will just look different in the coming weeks.

Family Support Center remains dedicated to serving our Chippewa Valley communities in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and the State of WI Stay At Home Order. Effective March 23, we are making the following changes to our service delivery.

Telephone calls and scheduled telephone appointments are welcome and strongly encouraged. As always, we continue to be available 24-7 for support and advocacy. We can provide extensive services over the phone:

· Counseling

· Individual and systems advocacy

· Restraining order assistance and preparation

· Safety planning

· Sheltering

· Support during sexual assault exams

· Developing coping strategies

· Information and referral

Tele-services are not just for emergencies, and not limited to people we’ve worked with before. If you need someone to listen – call us!

Although our physical office is temporarily closed, our telephone services are always open!

These changes will remain in effect until April 30. This is a rapidly evolving situation and we will continue to post changes and updates on our website and Facebook page. Please remember that we do not utilize Facebook Messenger for advocacy services. It is not confidential and not constantly monitored by an advocate.

Please call us at 715-723-1138 or 1-800-400-7020.

All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL

Domestic Violence Victim Services

Counseling and advocacy for adults and youth

Safety planning

Legal advocacy

Outreach and awareness

Sexual Assault Victim Services

Counseling and advocacy for adult and child victims (past or present)

Offices in Chippewa Falls and Eau Claire

Emergency room support

Outreach and awareness

Parenting Services

Family Support Center Parent Educators embrace and promote

~positive discipline practices

~respectful and reflective communications skills and

~Authoritative Parenting techniques 

  as tools to guide parents and help families thrive

Please navigate to "Services" page for more information or to register for a class.

Community Education and Referral

Part of our mission is to raise awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault. If you would like someone to present at your organization, or would like more information about our services, please contact us.

call: 715-723-1138 or email:

Office hours:

Monday thru Friday

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

24-hour crisis line



The Family Support Center

welcomes and affirms

LGBTQ individuals, families and communities.