The Crisis Center embraces the belief that all individuals should have equal access to political, legal, economic and civil rights. We strive to create a community that embraces diversity, recognizes oppression, promotes empowerment and supports the right of all individuals to self-determination. We eagerly work for the day when domestic sexual violence is part of history rather than a part of our daily lives. Our services are confidential and available to any adult who is a victim of domestic or sexual violence and their children.
The Crisis Center has an education team, which reaches students from Kindergarten through college, reaching nine counties in West Texas. This team is integral in preventing violence and constantly needs to improve and update curriculum to stay relevant. The Crisis Center also provides free counseling and shelter to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and would like upgrades to facilities and equipment to make these women and their children feel more at home.