Crisis line: 508-583-6498 
TTY: 508-583-6498
Toll Free: 1-800-281-6498

Email: patricia.kelleher@fcr-ma.org

Family and Community Resources, Inc.
18 Newton Street
Brockton, MA  02301

Administrative Offices
Phone: 508-583-6498
Fax: 508-583-3775

Mental Health, Trauma Services
Phone: 508-583-6498
Fax: 508-583-3775

Supervised Visitation Sites
Brockton
Phone: 508-584-2809
Fax: 508-584-1030
Cape & Islands
Phone: 508-778-1980
Fax: 508-771-1935
Quincy
Phone: 617-472-1389
Taunton
Phone: 508-824-1342
Fax: 508-824-1342

Offender Services
Brockton
Phone: 508-584-2809
Fax: 508-584-1030
Hyannis, Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard
Phone: *65-508-778-1980
Fax: 508-771-1935



Our mission is to serve individuals and families whose lives are impacted by trauma at home, school or in their community. FCR, Inc. is committed to providing the highest quality of services including advocacy, support, individual and group treatment, case management and community education and training. Victims have the right to receive these services free of any bias with regard to age, gender, race, income, religion, sexual orientation, national origin or physical or mental challenges. All FCR services are provided within a setting that preserves safety, confidentiality and dignity; and, empowers individuals to move toward personal growth, health and happiness.

If you or someone you know is in need of our services, please contact us.


Visit our Historical Timeline to learn about FCR's history


Board of Directors

The FCR Board of Directors comprises accountants, lawyers, local business leaders and civic leaders. The Board conducts regular meetings and takes a personal interest in the success of FCR.

David Madoff Esq. - Chair
Linda Kenney Logan - Clerk
Shirley Asack-Younes
Shaynah Barnes
Cheryl Delekta
Stephen J. Donahue
Susan Kantor
Michael Khoury
Debra Prepas
Patricia Kelleher, President & CEO


Pat Kelleher & Dave Madoff

Help us in our commitment to end violence in our communities. We welcome and encourage you to become part of this outstanding effort through volunteer fundraising opportunities, in-kind donations, or a financial contribution so that we may continue to provide free, confidential services to victims of crime.