Mid-Coast Family Services is a non-profit organization that resulted from a 1999 merger of the Women’s Crisis Center and Mid-Coast Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Today, with a budget of over $4.6 million and numerous community partners, Mid-Coast Family Services is actively working to eliminate family violence, homelessness, sexual assault, and substance abuse.

Our Mission

To empower children, individuals, and families to live a life free from family violence, homelessness, sexual assault, and substance abuse.

Our Vision

To help create healthy and safe communities by moving people from despair to hope.


Mid-Coast Family Services does not discriminate against any individuals regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, familial status, handicap, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

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Privacy Policy

2024 Board Members:

Daniel Aguilar       Patricia Blanchard

Margaret Carver     Trey Edwards

Lee Keeling             James Martinez

Debbie Mercado        Paul Primm

Crystal (CJ) Thornton

Executive Team

Management Team

Ginny Stafford
Chief Executive Officer & Media Contact

Phone: (361)575-7842

Fax: (361)575-8218

Brett Jones
Chief of Operations

Phone: (361)575-7842

Fax: (361)575-8218

Laresee Harris
Chief Financial Officer

Phone: (361)575-7842

Fax: (361)575-7844

2021-2022 By The Numbers

  • Income: $5.2 million
  • Administrative Overhead: 13.8 %
  • Fiscal Year: September 1 – August 31
  • Year Founded: 1982
  • # Board Members: 9
  • # Employees: 78
  • # Volunteers: 36
  • Locations served: Homeless Program–Victoria County, Calhoun County, DeWitt, Goliad, Gonzalez, Jackson, Lavaca
  • Youth Services and Family Violence Prevention Programs: Victoria, Calhoun, DeWitt, Jackson, Goliad, Gonazles, and Lavaca Counties

Office Locations

Victoria Office:

2010 N Navarro Suite A

 Victoria, TX 77901
Office: (361)575-7842
Fax: (361)575-8218
Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Hotline: (361) 573 HELP (4357) or (800) 870-0368

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