11 October 2016 2:28 pm


We are proud to introduce Face Tomorrow for the third year, restoring the survivors of domestic abuse. We have paired with Collin County’s transformational home, Emily’s Place for another year. Our partners are active in guiding survivors of domestic violence to true independence through counseling, vocational assistance, life-skill development, and education while in their safe, supportive environment. At Brobst Facial Plastic Surgery, we use the gifts we have to help the survivors who suffered facial trauma as a result of this violence. Through the American Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery (AAFPRS) Face to Face domestic violence project, we provide reconstructive surgery at no cost. In fact, Dr. Brobst is one of the top doctors in Texas who perform the most pro bono surgeries and services for victims of domestic violence.

For the month of October please help us increase community awareness of the problem of domestic violence, continue to meet the needs of those who have survived, and prepare them mentally and physically for a brighter future. If you know anyone that is a victim of domestic abuse and has experienced facial trauma please share our contact information. We also ask you to share our posts from our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/BrobstFacialPlasticSurgery/) through out the month of October to help spread awareness of domestic violence and Face Tomorrow.