Domestic violence shelters may provide a variety of services and support in addition to emergency housing, including: crisis intervention; individual and group counseling; legal services; community resource referrals; transitional housing; advocacy, including accompaniment to hospitals, law enforcement offices, prosecutor’s offices and courts; community education and outreach; Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (BIPPs); job skills training; pet shelters; and more.
Office Phone: 469-467-6241 Family Violence Hotline: 972-880-4193 Serves: Victims of family violence and their families from all backgrounds, with a special ability to understand and address the needs of the Muslim population Services include: crisis intervention, advocacy services, 24/7 hospital response (to Parkland patients who are victims of abuse and violence), professional counseling, education and community outreach.“Emily’s Place is not a shelter, which typically allows women to stay for 30 – 90 days.
IHTA provides providing funds for transportation and lodging to a family member or friend to be present throughout the trial for support. is committed to assisting the disabled crime victim and their families and promoting awareness of their specialized needs to those who serve victims and the community.
The National Center for Victims of Crime is a nonprofit organization that advocates for victims’ rights, trains professionals who work with victims, and serves as a trusted source of information on victims’ issues.
972-883-2575 After hours helpline: 972-UTD-TALK Location: SSB 4.600 The Student Counseling Center offers free confidential counseling services for UTD students.
We are a unifying force bringing together parties involved in and affected by sexual assault as a catalyst for change.972-883-7320 Location: SSA 14.270 The Center for Students in Recovery helps students with substance use disorders or other addictions, those affected by addiction, or individuals questioning or exploring the impact of potential addictive behavior on his or her life.A Sexual Assault Survivors Support Group (SASS) meets weekly.Victims of crime in cities such as Garland, Plano, Sachse, Murphy and Dallas might also receive professional therapy for no charge.The Dallas Police Department’s Victim’s Services Program provides information & referral, crisis counseling regarding normal reactions to trauma, and a contact person for the victim or family survivor.Free and confidential phone, live chat and texting services are available 24/7/365.