Phone (336) 859-5399
338 West Salisbury Street
PO Box 1197
Denton, North Carolina 27239
sdfrc1@windstream.net

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SDFRC is a non-profit agency, incorporated in 1998, with a goal of providing services and resources to the disadvantaged population and families in crisis in southern Davidson County.  We assist families and individuals in developing their full potential, improving their quality of life, and in becoming self-sufficient citizens.  The Center also collaborates with other agencies, organizations and churches to ensure that the residents in our catchment area are served.  SDFRC is the only social services organization totally dedicated to serving the citizens of southern Davidson County.


Funding

Our Agency is funded by several means.

1.       Grants and Special Funding. We are a partner agency with United Way and have been the recipient of a grant from them for the last several years.  We are proud of our association with United Way and appreciate the hard work they do with their local presence in Davidson County. We have also received a grant from the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (Federal Government) and are very grateful for the help from them. In addition we have received one-time special grants from Duke Energy through Foundation for the Carolina’s, and these funds are extremely helpful also.  

2.       Donations. We receive donations from individuals, Churches, schools, businesses, civic organizations, fund-raisers and gifts in memory or memorials.  We remain thankful and grateful to our loyal donors and plainly state that we could not operate as we do without their support. If you would like to help us provide for others, we gladly accept checks, cash or money orders. By

Mail:               
SDFRC
P.O. Box 1197
Denton, NC 27239

In Person:          
Come by our office at 338 West Salisbury Street (next door to Library) in Denton.  We can show you what is going on and explain our programs and services to you.


South Davidson Family Resource Center offers many services to help families or individuals that find themselves in need.  These needs may be a result of the loss of a job or unexpected health issues. read more...