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Walk the Moon to Perform for 2018 Band Together

Walk the Moon will perform on Saturday, June 23 at Red Hat Amphitheater in a once-in-a-lifetime Band Together concert to raise funds for Triangle Family Services’ mental-health programs in the community. The goal is to raise $1 million to afford access for 600 individuals annually to much-needed mental-health services. For a link to the announcement… Read more »

TFS Now a BBB Accredited Charity

Triangle Family Services (TFS) has recently received notification of our standing as a BBB Accredited Charity. This means that our organization meets all 20 rigorous standards for charity accountability and is publicly listed in the BBB database. To see our listing, click here.   

Band Name to be Announced 3/22!

Triangle Family Services (TFS) will announce the name of the group headlining the 2018 Band Together concert on Thursday, March 22. This amazing collaboration between TFS and Band Together will help raise $1 million towards helping local families in crisis receive the mental healthcare they need to heal and thrive, thanks to TFS’s programs and… Read more »

TFS Announces Matching Grant Challenge

Triangle Family Services has received a matching grant challenge of up to $100,000 from The Leon Levine Foundation based in Charlotte, N.C. This means that gifts made to TFS by June 30, 2018, will double the impact of that gift upon mental-health services TFS provides to the community. The gifts and match will also count… Read more »

Lutheran Services Carolinas announces SearStone grant awards

  (Salisbury, NC) – The SearStone/Lutheran Services Carolinas Community Benefit Committee has announced Wake County area grant awards of $290,500, benefiting 12 organizations. The awards bring the total for calendar year 2017 to more than half a million dollars. Award recipients include the following: Transitions LifeCare, Raleigh, $60,000; Meals on Wheels Wake County, Raleigh, $55,000;… Read more »

Triangle Family Services Receives $100,000 Matching Grant to Expand Mental Health Services

Local Nonprofit Is Among The First Triangle-Based Organizations To Receive A Grant From The Leon Levine Foundation  RALEIGH, N.C. – Triangle Family Services, an 80-year-old nonprofit dedicated to building a stronger community by strengthening the family, has received a $100,000 matching grant from The Leon Levine Foundation. Beginning Tuesday, Nov. 28, the foundation will match… Read more »

Let’s work together to solve the Triangle’s mental health crisis

Our area’s mental health challenges have reached the tipping point for all agencies involved. A summit held Oct. 19 by Wake County leaders found that many residents have unfulfilled needs. Sheriff Donnie Harrison said the situation is so dire that the county jails serve as our No. 1 mental health facility. We need to change… Read more »

Putting an End to Domestic Violence

In the United States, more than 10 million women and men experience intimate partner violence in a given year; an additional 10 million children are exposed to domestic violence. Between July 2015 and June 2016, there were 13,665 domestic violence calls in the 16-county region comprising the Triangle – over 5,000 of them from Wake… Read more »

Triangle Family Services receives $270,000 from The Duke Endowment

Raleigh, NC: Triangle Family Services has received a $270,000 3-year grant from The Duke Endowment to fund expanded mental health services for local families.   The Endowment grant will be used to address the immediate pipeline of referred clients and their direct family members through the addition of two trained licensed clinical therapists serving TFS… Read more »

Protecting our Elders from Financial Scams

Everyone is vulnerable to financial scams, but seniors and retirees are especially targeted. The sad truth is that as we grow older and build our financial portfolios through income, steady savings, and investments, we become a target for fraudsters. Almost one of five Americans over the age of 65 – nearly seven million seniors –… Read more »