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Welcome to Family Service of the Piedmont's homepage. We hope this site will be useful to our visitors who share our vision of Building Safe and Healthy Families.

About Family Service
Family Service of the Piedmont is the largest private, nonprofit agency of its kind in Guilford County, NC. The agency empowers individuals and families in crisis to restore hope, achieve stability and thrive through quality support services, advocacy and education.

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Save the Date: First Annual Clay Smith’s Hope Chest Walk

The Guild of Family Service of Greensboro
presents the First Annual
Clay Smith’s Hope Chest Walk
Saturday, March 28th
9 AM
Latham Park Greenway, Greensboro

This family fun event is themed “Pirates and Princesses” and will include fun games and prizes for all members of the family while raising funds and awareness for Family Service of the Piedmont.

CLICK HERE for tickets and more information.

In Memoriam: Jack Slane

Marsha and Jack Slane hosted the 10th Anniversary Oyster Roast in support of Family Service of High Point

Longtime friend and supporter of Family Service, John ‘Jack’ Clark Slane passed away Saturday, November 1, 2014.

Jack and his wife Marsha have been dedicated supporters of Family Service and the High Point community for decades. Family Service’s High Point service center, The Slane Center, was named in their honor in 1991 following a leadership gift. In 2000 they became the first recipients of Family Service of High Point Foundation’s For Love of Family Award. In 2004 they hosted the 10th Annual Oyster Roast for Family Service at their home. They are founding members of the Families First Honor Society.

Please click here to make a memorial donation to Family Service of the Piedmont.

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