Conway man offering no charge assistance for domestic violence victims

LITTLE ROCK (KATV) — October marks National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and a Conway business owner is opening his services to those in need.

Curtiss Robinson is a retired army officer, with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in clinical counseling. After retiring from the army, he decided he wanted to do something to help people.

“When we came back from combat in 2008, I was deployed with my troops overseas in Afghanistan,” Robinson said, “They were different, I was different, and we started trying to really get people better access to the VA, better mental health professionals, and I decided that was one thing I wanted to do.”

That’s when he decided to open up Thriveworks, a clinical counseling practice. Shortly after, he also established Toe2Toe, a martial arts training facility in Conway.

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