The Marjaree Mason Center and the Fresno County Department of Social Services have joined in a five-year partnership to provide services to families in domestic violence crises.
Developed as a new state initiative known as the Family Stabilization Program, the initiative will aid approximately 600 additional clients per year referred to the Marjaree Mason Center.
Families in domestic violence situations who were previously unable to participate in the Department of Social Services can now seek assistance to ensure their physical and emotional safety through the Marjaree Mason Center.
The Marjaree Mason Center will work with the department’s Family Stabilization Program by providing intensive case management and support services unique to each family to assist in stabilizing families and helping clients seek and prepare for employment.
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With the anticipated increase in clients, the Marjaree Mason Center is currently looking for a larger location.
Megan Ginise: 559-441-6614