Programs and Services
24-hour Hotline – 512.267.SAFE or relay/VRS for the Deaf community connects you to crisis support and information.
Hospital Advocacy – support for survivors of rape and their loved ones during forensic and physical medical examinations at St. David’s Hospital.
Kelly White Family Shelter – emergency shelter for anyone escaping domestic violence.
Legal Advocacy & Accompaniment – supports survivors at court, particularly with obtaining protective orders and referrals to legal assistance.
The Stockton-Hicks Family Tree Child Development Center & the University of Texas - University Charter School, George M. Kozmetsky Campus – care and education for the children living in shelter and supportive housing.
PlanetSafe - Safe visitation and exchange services for parents leaving abusive relationships, in collaboration with Travis County.
Pet Foster Program
Counseling – individual, group and family counseling for survivors of rape, sexual abuse or domestic violence.
Resource Advocacy – short-term emergency financial assistance.
Supportive Housing – housing with case management for families and women leaving shelter.
Disability Services ASAP (A Safety Awareness Program) – education and counseling for people with disabilities, their families, caregivers and professionals working in the sexual assault, domestic violence, disability and criminal justice fields.
Expect Respect – counseling and educational programs for youth & adults on the prevention of dating violence, sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence and bullying.
Community Dialogue – changing the social norms that promote violence in intimacy.
Community Education – presentations and training on the issues of sexual harassment, sexual assault or abuse, domestic violence and other related topics.