Faith House is Painting the Town Purple this October and you can help out! We invite your business to help spread awareness and stand with survivors of domestic violence. Paint the Town Purple toolkits include domestic violence information, resources of Faith House services all tucked in a purple paint bucket that can be used to help raise funds for the prevention education and lifesaving services provided by Faith House.
To Sign up for Paint the Town Purple Click HERE
For more information contact our office at 337-267-9422 ext. 1825 and
PAINT THE TOWN PURPLE WITH US!
For Ideas on how your office can get involved and bring awareness CLICK HERE
At the 2016 Annual Breakfast Meeting, Bobbie Hollier was named Employee of the Year, Chief Reginald Thomas was named Ally of the Year and Heather DeValcourt was named Volunteer of the Year. Thank you to each of these individuals and so many more for their compassion, support and dedication to survivors of domestic violence.
Faith House, in conjunction with the Lafayette Domestic Violence Council and the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement opened the Family Justice Center of Acadiana in January of 2016, in downtown Lafayette.
The Family Justice Center of Acadiana provides ONE PLACE where victims can go to talk to an advocate, plan for their safety, interview with a police officer, meet with a prosecutor, receive civil legal assistance, and receive information on shelter.
Click HERE for more information about the Family Justice Center of Acadiana.
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