In 1992, what started as Young County Family Resource Center, is now Virginia’s House – A Family Resource Center, was established as a Children’s Advocacy Center by a group of concerned community leaders who saw the problematic cycle of violence within families and wanted to be a part of the solution to see it end.

Virginia’s House has become an umbrella organization that contains four individual child-focused programs which include: Children’s Advocacy Center, CASA – Court Appointed Special Advocate, Mentor/Prevention Programs, and Crime Victims Assistance.

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Virginia’s House strives to help children and their families who suffer from all types of abuse, as well as help children in situations of risk. Virginia’s House is a non-profit, 501-C3, located in Graham, Texas. Our service area covers Young, Stephens and Throckmorton Counties. Dr. Goodall’s House, a satellite office in Breckenridge, was opened in 2009 to better serve Stephens County. Virginia’s House is the only agency in a multi-county region which provides children’s advocacy services. Courtesy services to surrounding counties that do not have an advocacy center may request services from Virginia’s House.