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Domestic Violence Resources

Domestic violence and emotion abuse are behaviors used by one person in a relationship to control the other. This happens behind closed doors that often go unseen - making the victim feel like they are alone. 
Immediate Emergency: 911
 Suicide Prevention: 1-800-273-8255
Child and Adult Protective Services: 1-800-252-5400


 


 

Women's Protective Services Lubbock

Provides a 24-hour hotline and domestic violence shelter for women of any age. Anyone can call to talk to someone about receiving crisis intervention. Emergency transportation, shelter, food and clothing may be available for victims of domestic violence.

Call: 1-800-736-6491.
Visit: Women's Protective Services Lubbock



 
                 Crisis Center of the South Plains
Provides a safe house and shelter for victims of domestic violence. There are programs and services available to victims and their families of domestic violence and sexual assault. 

Call: 806-293-7273
Visit: Crisis Center of the Plains Online

 
    Safe Place of the Permian Basin
Safe Place offers a 24 hour crisis hot-line, resident and non-resident counseling and advocacy,children's program, support groups, legal information and community education. 

Call Midland 432-570-1465
Call Odessa: 432-580-5970
Visit: Safe Place Online

 
    Tralee Crisis Center - Pampa, Texas
Provides a 24-hour crisis hotline, a crisis shelter, legal advocacy, information on the justice system, counseling and support groups, transitional living, a thrift store, community education, volunteer training, victim transportation, community outreach, crime victim compensation and information about application for protective orders, court accompaniment, children's counseling, and homelessness assistance. Serves victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. 

Call: 1-800-658-2796
Visit: Tralee Crisis Center Online
 
    Family Supportive Service - Amarillo, Texas
Provides free emergency shelter and supportive services during their 30 day stay. The program provides bus tokens, emergency transportation and referrlas to community agencies for permanent housing. This program also provides crisis intervention, violence education and parenting classes. a family advocate is available to provide services for the children of victims. Address listed is the administrative center, not the shelter. 

Call: 806-342-2500
Visit: Family Supportive Service Online


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