Leaders in Collin County government, criminal justice, social services, healthcare, education and faith gathered together for breakfast on Friday, May 4, 2018. We discussed achievements in the past year and plans for the future as we continue to serve as a catalyst for a sustained movement against family violence in Collin County.

District Attorney Greg Willis was our featured speaker, discussing the importance and value of our work.

Several members of the CCCFV Advisory Board gave presentations updating leadership on recent accomplishments and future plans.

We also spent some time in small discussion groups, talking about our efforts to making the community aware of issues related to family violence, and how we can better work together to accomplish our goals.

In additon to our Junior League of Collin County volunteers, leaders from the following organizations were represented at the meeting:

  1. 199th District Court
  2. Allen ISD Board of Trustees
  3. Assistance Center of Collin County
  4. Boys & Girls Clubs
  5. Catholic Charities
  6. Child Protective Services
  7. Children’s Advocacy Center
  8. Christ Church Plano
  9. City House
  10. Collin College
  11. Collin County Commission
  12. Collin County Courthouse
  13. Collin County District Attorney
  14. Frisco Family Services
  15. Frisco Police
  16. Hope’s Door New Beginning Center
  17. LifePath Systems
  18. Mosaic Family Services
  19. Murphy Police
  20. Plano ISD
  21. Plano Police
  22. SPCA of Texas
  23. Stronger Than Espresso
  24. Texas Health Resources
  25. Texas House of Representatives
  26. Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation
  27. Town of New Hope
  28. U.S. Attorney’s Office