This 100-year-old 24-hour Crisis Shelter Needs Your Help

“It’s time for the community to think about a different long-term solution for this facility,” said Speas.

Breaking the cycle of violence against women and children is a collaborative, community-wide effort, she said. Last year, thanks to a generous grant from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, the nonprofit convened a conversation among survivors, health care practitioners and community partners aimed at better understanding the needs of Forsyth County residents.