The Sweetwater County Center for Families & Children (CFC) is a help center designed specifically to help victims of  all forms of family violence, including domestic violence, sexual assault, child sexual assault, child abuse, stalking and elder abuse.

The Center brings together multiple agencies, providing efficient advocacy, law enforcement and social services to achieve complete wrap-around support for families. Your safety is our first priority. Our goal is to keep you and your family safe, and to empower you by providing all necessary services in one safe and friendly location.

Purpose
To end family violence and heal our community.

Mission
To lead our community in healing itself from the effects of family violence by establishing an environment where committed professionals work collaboratively using leading edge approaches, technology and techniques to provide integrated, comprehensive services to people where and when they need it.

Beliefs
Mutual respect provides an environment of integrity and trust where innovation and honest communication flourish.

Our commitment to victim-focused and survivor-driven service is essential to healing.

In providing a safe environment where people make informed choices from comprehensive options.

That patience, perseverance and shared accountability fuel our collaboration.

The CFC is a program of the YWCA of Sweetwater County and is funded in part by the Division of Victim Services, Wyoming Office of the Attorney General.

The CFC is a United Way Community Partner.