Houston Independent School District

Community Resources Guide

http://www.houstonisd.org/communityservices

Houston Sexual Assault Hotline

Please call 713-528-7273 or 800-256-0661 (Toll Free Line) for help now.

Escape Family Resources

Founded in 1983 by the Exchange Clubs of the Houston area, ESCAPE Family Resource Center began as part of a national project dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect in local communities across the country. We are a nonprofit, 501(c)3, organization that relies on private support to prevent and combat emotional, physical, and sexual violence towards children.
Houston, Texas
713-942-9500 | View more

Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA)

Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA) is a private non-profit organization founded in 1980 by the National Council of Jewish Women in Greater Houston. In efforts to aid a battered woman who had little access to information on legal rights or the services of an attorney, they formed an organization to serve as an adjunct to local women’s centers and to function as a resource to other battered women who had nowhere else to go.
Houston, Texas
713-224-9911 | View more

Bay Area Turning Point 

BATP is a non-profit; community based social service agency providing a variety of assistance services, including shelter, to families in need and community education/crime prevention activities in the Greater Bay Area and surrounding areas.
Webster, Texas
281-338-7600 | View more

Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Understanding that violence and abuse affects the whole person, The Bridge’s services and programs are offered to help our clients heal mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. The agency’s philosophy focuses on empowering women and children to make healthy decisions to lead productive lifestyles.
Pasadena, Texas
713-472-0753 | View more

Family Time Crisis and Counseling Center

To provide an outreach program and accessible services to families and individuals in crisis through counseling, crisis intervention, information and referral, and shelter.
Humble , Texas
281-446-2615 | View more

Houston Area Women’s Center

For over 35 years, the Houston Area Women’s Center has worked relentlessly to help survivors affected by domestic and sexual violence build lives free from the effects of violence. Given our humble beginnings – we started with nine active volunteers answering donated phones – we are proud at how we have grown. Today, we have 115 paid staff, a counseling and administrative building, a residential shelter for 120 women and children, a state-of-the-art hotline call center and over 1,000 active volunteers.
Houston, Texas
713-528-6798 | View more

Montgomery County Women’s Center

We were incorporated as the Montgomery County Rape Crisis Coalition in 1982. As the goals of the agency expanded, the name was changed to the Montgomery County Women’s Center in 1986. We have been serving the needs of victims of domestic violence, sexual assault or abuse and stalking from all areas of Montgomery County and surrounding counties for over 30 years. There are four primary program areas in which MCWC provides services at no cost: 1. Residential programs including emergency shelter and transitional housing. 2. Community educational outreach. 3. Legal services. 4.Sexual assault and counseling program
The Woodlands, Texas
936-441-7273 | View more

Montrose Counseling Center

The Montrose Center empowers our community, primarily lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender  individuals and their families, to enjoy healthier and more fulfilling lives.
Houston, Texas
713-529-0037 x 339 | View more

New Horizon Family Center

We are a non-profit community organization committed to ending interpersonal and sexual violence through education, counseling, emergency shelter, and advocacy to create a better future for all. New Horizon Family Center was organized to provide safe, supportive, temporary accommodations and counseling to victims of family violence and sexual assault.
Baytown, Texas
281-424-3300 | View more

Northwest Assistance Ministries: Family Violence Center

Serving in a spirit of humility and charity, we enable people toward independence while respecting racial, cultural, and religious differences. Via our collaborative effort with Houston area congregations, community partners, donors and volunteers, resources are pooled and leveraged to meet basic needs and to help individuals regain their self-sufficiency, thereby creating a safer and more stable community for all.
Houston, Texas
1-888-750-4673 | View more

Crisis Intervention-Houston

Crisis Intervention of Houston, Inc. (CIH) is a nonprofit organization with the sole mission to help people in crisis. We operate free, confidential, anonymous hotlines, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, as well as, numerous programs and services including Survivors of Suicide support groups, a teen internet chat service, teen texting program, a youth outreach program to prevent bullying and peer harassment, suicide prevention/intervention education and on-site crisis response teams.
Houston, Texas
713-527-9864| View more

Houston Center for Christian Counseling

The plan in the heart of a man is like deep water, but one of understanding helps draw him out.” At the Houston Center for Christian Counseling we want to walk alongside people in order to hear, understand and then help by applying God’s principles in a way that brings about lasting changes. We work with clients from all backgrounds. We Focus On Solutions: We help you set goals, make changes, and grow rather than getting stuck in endless discussions about “the problem.” We are confident in the power of God’s word to bring about positive changes in your life and relationships. Brief Therapy Model: Counseling is often a short term process which leads to long term results. Our goal is to provide you with efficient but thorough counseling that will effectively meet your needs and the needs of your family. We will not rush you, nor needlessly prolong therapy.crisis response teams.
Sugar Land, Texas 281-277-8811
& Katy, Texas 281-398-0022| View more