Family Crisis Support Services has been providing services to Southwest Virginia since 1982.  Starting as a hotline service for victims of domestic violence; the program continued to grow as needs were brought aware and resources continued to be limited.  Today, Family Crisis offers services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and those inundated with homelessness.  These services come in the form of advocacy, accompaniment, support groups, rapid rehousing and prevention housing services, emergency shelter, youth prevention programming, and community education.  The 24 hour hotline is still going strong - and an advocate can be reached at all times - now including social media and through our webpage.  

Please click on the link to learn more about specific services.

Marybeth Adkins

Role: Executive Director

Adam Thompson

Role: Shelter Manager and Homelessness Prevention Specialist

Robert Bates

Email: Rbates@family-crisis.org

Role: Victim's Advocate

Annetta Gibson

Role: Shelter Advocate and Volunteer Coordinator

Phyllis Powers

Role: Children's Coordinator

Elizabeth Hill

Role: Head of finance

Sheila Hileman

Role: Homelessness Prevention Specialist (Wise County and the City of Norton)

Kristin Beverly

Email: kbeverly@family-crisis.org

Role: Prevention Specialist

Whitley Posten

Role: Transitional Housing Coordinator

Jessica Dotson

Email: Jessica.Dotson@family-crisis.org


 Role: Violent Crimes Against Women Advocate - Dickenson County

Angel Mefford

Role: Community Education and Advocacy Coordinator

Erin Wyatt

Role: Program Development Administrator

Kate Masters

Email: kmasters@family-crisis.org

Role: Counselor and Office Administrator

Curt Hileman

Role: Homelessness Prevention Specialist (Lee and Scott County)

Katie Marshall

Email: kmarshall@family-crisis.org


 Role: Victim's Advocate