Call (251) 479-5700 in Mobile County and (251) 947-4700 in Baldwin County
for class availability and registration.

Support

Make A Difference – Donate Items, Money or Time

Make a DifferenceTHANK YOU for considering a gift of support for the Family Center.
We appreciate every donation. All gifts are tax-deductible via our Federal ID: 58-1961091

Mail or Deliver Donations To:

The Family Center of Mobile County
601 Bel Air Boulevard, Suite 100
Mobile, AL 36606

The Family Center of Baldwin County
22671 Hwy 59 South
Roberstdale, AL 36567

For memorials, birthdays, or Christmas gifts

What your donation can do

  • $ 30 – Supervision for one hour or two monitored exchanges for children and parents
  • $ 100 – 10 parenting handbooks for classes
  • $ 250 – 1.000 brochures printed
  • $ 400 – 4 group parenting classes offsite
  • $ 500 – 5 scholarships for our Anger Management course

Wish List

  • Arts & Crafts Supplies: Drawing Paper, Construction Paper, Pens, Pencils, Children’s Art Smocks, Washable & Non-toxic Paint
  • Pampers & Diaper Wipes
  • Paper Towels & Napkins
  • Paper Cups & Hot Cups
  • Paper Plates
  • Plastic Utensils
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Coffee and Sweetener
  • Creamer
  • Outdoor Toys
  • Air Hockey Game
  • Foosball Game
  • Bowling Game
  • Copy paper
  • Envelopes
  • Stamps
  • Games and Toys (for ages 6 to teen)
  • Costco Gift Cards (in $25 increments)
  • Snacks, Drinks, & Water
  • Toilet Tissue
  • Anti-bacterial Soap
  • Child’s Stool for Bathroom

Internships

The Family Center of Mobile is an educational training site with internships for undergraduate and graduate students in social work, counseling, psychology, health education, and AIS students. Interns will have a variety of hands-on experiences with clients and in the day to day activities of The Family Center. They will have a myriad of opportunities in group and one-on-one settings. We strive to provide a well-rounded internship experience.

A Parable of Prevention – Courtesy of Children’s Trust Fund

A man visiting a small town notices a lot of activity on the street. He goes over to the stream that runs through town to find scores of people working furiously. Babies are floating downstream and the townspeople are pulling them out of the water. The stranger learns that the townspeople have been at this process day and night. He is asked to join them but refuses, and the townspeople become indignant.

“How can you not help us in this crisis?” they asked. “Don’t you have any compassion? Don’t you care?”

The stranger answers quietly, but emphatically. “You can continue to pick up these babies all you like. But it strikes me that your efforts are ultimately inadequate. Obviously, somebody keeps putting these babies in the stream. I’m going to go upstream, find the source, and put an end to it once and for all.”

This reflects our mission – to put an end to child abuse once and for all!

 

THANK YOU to our Grantors and Donors