Who We Are

Family And Children Empowerment Solutions, LLC – F.A.C.E.S. in Hephzibah, Georgia provides assistance, guidance, and support throughout the State of Georgia and the entire nation. It was founded on February 1, 2016, by Carolyn Evon Davis Swint.

Our clientele consists of prenatal parents, early childcare families, as well as staff and organizations that work with children aged 0-5 years and 6-8 years during out-of-school hours.

About Our Founder

Carolyn Evon Davis Swint was delivered to Lonzie Davis and Gussie Lee Wells Davis in a small rural town in Avera, Georgia by her grandmother, Cora Wells, who was a midwife. She was raised on a farm owned by her grandparents, Jasper and Varo Davis, and her parents, Lonzie and Gussie Davis.

During Carolyn’s early teenage years, her father became a custodian worker at Tenders Grove Elementary School and later a custodian supervisor at Wrens High School. Carolyn’s mother, on the other hand, was one of the custodians whom her father supervised.

For Carolyn, growing up was not easy; many of her days were undesirable. She also recognized her weaknesses and even thought that she was not living a good life. However, she came to see her struggles as one of the greatest stepping-stones, largest diamonds, greatest strengths, and deepest core values that she did not recognize at the time. They were the roots and wings that gave her treasures of life.

After many years of traveling with the military with her classmate and husband, Danny Swint, and their two sons, Geralmy and Anthony; living in many places; serving with many children and families; and going to numerous churches of different denominations, she realized that her core values came from people who possessed them and who have passed on.

As a result, Carolyn made it her mission to help other families recognize and appreciate the treasures in their own families who possess them and are still on earth with them. In doing so, they would be able to pass them on from generation to generation.

Let’s begin the journey.

- Carolyn Evon Davis Swint