Thank you to all participants in the recent satisfaction survey. We are enormously grateful to all those who filled in the forms.

In the meantime the board wishes it to be known that the hugely important and valuable work which MFCC is proud of continues seamlessly. For this we would like to congratulate and thank the core staff for their hard work and dedication which they give to the community.

If you have any queries please contact

Are you, or someone you know experiencing domestic violence?

One in four women and one in six men experience domestic abuse some time in their lives. In five out of ten cases when there is violence between adults, children get hurt too.

If you are in immediate danger call 999

Montgomeryshire Family Crisis Centre is a non-profit organisation established in 1980 to support and safeguard families experiencing Domestic Abuse.

Montgomeryshire Family Crisis Centre has two separate male and female safe houses, offering a temporary safe space where men and women, and their children, can make decisions about their lives and access professional support.

The needs of families experiencing abuse are complex and diverse and can change quickly; therefore Montgomeryshire Family Crisis Centre is able to offer the following broad package of careful assessment, support and care.

  • Safe House for Female Victims of Domestic Abuse and their Children;
  • Safe house for Male Victims of Domestic Abuse and their Children;
  • Community Support and Drop-in Centres;
  • Perpetrator Programme;
  • Women’s Safety Sessions;
  • Parenting Programme;
  • Understanding Adults School Presentation;
  • Child Contact Centre;
  • 24 Hour Staffed Crisis Helpline;
  • Training
  • Counselling
  • Integrated Family Centre

Montgomeryshire Family Crisis Centre is accredited by: the Advice Quality Standard; National Association of Child Contact Centres; Supporting People Powys County Council, Denbighshire County Council; and the Welsh Assembly Government.