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Triangle Family Services has been an integral part of the Triangle community for 78 years and provides effective and innovative services to more than 13,000 families each year with a 90% success rate. Each of TFS' three service focus areas provide direct services to families, and in most instances, directly impact children from economically disadvantaged and/or abused homes.

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Mar
28
Sat
DOSE Men’s Class
Mar 28 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Women’s Class
Mar 28 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Men’s Class
Mar 28 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Mar
30
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

DOSE Women’s Class (Spanish Speaking)
Mar 30 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Dose Men’s Class
Mar 30 @ 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Mar
31
Tue
DOSE Men’s Class
Mar 31 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Anger Management Weekly Group Class
Mar 31 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group
Mar 31 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

DOSE Men’s Class
Mar 31 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Men’s Class in Cary
Mar 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Apr
1
Wed
DOSE Men’s Class
Apr 1 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Women’s Class
Apr 1 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Apr
2
Thu
Anger Management Weekly Group Class
Apr 2 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Location: Main Offices Conference Room Third Floor

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

DOSE Men’s Class (Spanish Speaking)
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

 

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Men’s Class
Apr 2 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Apr
4
Sat
DOSE Men’s Class
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Women’s Class
Apr 4 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Men’s Class
Apr 4 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Apr
6
Mon
Anger Management Weekly Group Class
Apr 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

DOSE Women’s Class (Spanish Speaking)
Apr 6 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Dose Men’s Class
Apr 6 @ 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Apr
7
Tue
DOSE Men’s Class
Apr 7 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Anger Management Weekly Group Class
Apr 7 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

About the Anger Management Program

Stress and anger are two factors that can precipitate an act of violence towards another person. While anger is a natural emotion, it can get out of control and result in devastating impacts on interpersonal relationships. It also has the potential to create workplace andanger mangement legal issues. Our goal is to equip individuals in the program with techniques to manage their stress and anger and to minimize the frequency of their unhealthy anger responses.

As part of the Family Safety Division, the Anger Management Program meets once per week for 13 weeks. The first meeting is an orientation, and then 12 group meetings follow. This psycho-educational program is certified by the National Anger Management Association. Group facilitators lead sessions using behavioral modification techniques to help individuals in the program make positive changes in their lives.

Individuals having completed the program should be able to:

  • reduce their levels of anger and rage
  • direct their anger into healthy problem-solving and conflict resolution methods
  • effectively use coping strategies to prevent escalation
  • regulate their emotions
  • identify triggering situations or feelings
  • develop a plan of action to manage stress and anger

For information on how to enroll in the Anger Management Program, click here.

Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group
Apr 7 @ 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm

Triangle Family Services is currently enrolling Spanish speaking participants in our non-offending caregiver support group, for parents and caregivers of children that have experienced child sexual abuse.

This group will address topics including:

An Overview of Sexual Abuse
Coping and Communication
How Abuse Affects Children and Teens
How Abuse Affects Parents and Siblings
Difficult Child Behaviors and Parenting Challenges
Dealing with the Outside World
Moving into the Future

For more information visit our Spanish Speaking Non-Offending Caregiver Support Group page.

DOSE Men’s Class
Apr 7 @ 6:15 pm – 7:45 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Men’s Class in Cary
Apr 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Apr
8
Wed
DOSE Men’s Class
Apr 8 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 am

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

DOSE Women’s Class
Apr 8 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Developing Opportunities for a Safe Environment (DOSE) is one of North Carolina's oldest and most well-respected behavioral and education modification programs for the prevention of family violence. Our statistics prove it. 98% of domestic violence offenders who complete the DOSE program do not re-offend within the following year. We believe this success is rooted in teaching our participants practical ways to control anger, communicate positively, distinguish unhealthy mindsets, recognize the effects of violence and much more.

Our 26-week group classes are offered Mondays-Thursdays and Saturdays with daytime and evening hours in both English and Spanish. Our credentialed counselors are ready to help impact the prevention of family violence today.

For more information, contact Johnette Smith at 919.821.0790 x312.

Apr
9
Thu
MPP Info Session – Special Time
Apr 9 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Learn about the North Carolina Foreclosure Prevention Fund Mortgage Payment Program (MPP), and how to qualify for benefits that can pay your mortgage while you are looking to be re-employed.

 

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