About Virginia’s House
Established in 1992, Young County Family Resource Center is a non-profit, community-based organization dedicated to meet the needs of abused, neglected and traumatized children. In 2007, the Young County Family Resource Center changed it’s name to Virginia’s House – A Family Resource Center.
The Center’s primary purpose is to provide services and assistance to child and adult victims of violent crime. The Center serves as a Referral Agency for the local community, and houses several different programs: CAC (Children’s Advocacy Center), CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate), Prevention Programs, Crime Victim’s Assistance, and Mentor Programs in partnership with Graham ISD and Breckenridge ISD. Virginia’s House serves Young, Stephens, and Throckmorton Counties. Dr.Goodall’s House, a satellite office in Breckenridge, opened in 2009 to better serve Stephens County.The organization is a member of Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas, Inc., National Children’s Alliance and Texas CASA. The center is funded by grants from Children’s Advocacy Center’s of Texas, Inc., Victims of Crime Act, National Children’s Alliance and Texas CASA. Private donations are tax deductible and deeply appreciated.