Denton County Friends of the Family is a grassroots organization that was founded in 1980 and began with a staff of two, 32 volunteers, a 900 square foot shelter, and $10,000 in funding. In 35+ years the agency has grown to a staff of 50, hundreds of active volunteers, a 4,400 square foot shelter, and over 1.8 million dollars in funding.
Denton County Friends of the Family is dedicated to providing compassionate, comprehensive services to those impacted by rape, sexual abuse, and domestic violence, while partnering with our community to promote safety, healing, and prevention.
The Lewisville ISD Education Foundation exists to enrich the quality of public education in the thirteen communities served by the Lewisville Independent School District (LISD) and serves as a vehicle for securing private funding benefiting LISD teachers and students.
If you like a monthly girls’ night out, if you want to give back by volunteering and service, the Women of Flower Mound is the place to get involved. We are a diverse group with a common goal to further educational opportunity of local children. Your efforts and donations help improve life right in our own backyards.” The spirit of the club is women plus community plus charity plus fun. It’s a great combination. C
Offering quality mental health services for all income levels.
Terri Donsbach, LCSW-S, is the Executive Director for Youth and Family Counseling, in Lewisville and Denton. She began her career in the 1990’s in non-profit, providing therapy for Trauma, Abuse, Sexual Offenders and as a Batterers Facilitator. Since that time, she has done Hospice, Forensic evaluations, Court assessments, and inpatient/outpatient care. She has been an adjunct Professor at the University of South Florida, and moved into management in the late 90’s. Since being in Texas, she was the Practice Manager for UTSW’s Department of Psychiatry, and the Clinical Director and Risk/PI Director for two UHS hospitals in Denton. She is extremely excited to be returning to Non-profit work, where she believes that true Community Mental Health work is best completed.