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1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men will experience domestic or sexual violence in their lifetime.

For 43 years, HAWC has been answering the calls of survivors, keeping women, children and families safe from abuse.

Join our movement to end violence for ALL.
IN 2019, HAWC HELPED:
936

Adults & Children Shelter Safely.

4352

Adults & Children Receive Counseling.

1893

Adults & Children with Court Services.

If you or someone you know is a survivor of domestic or sexual violence help is available 24/7 At HAWC. We believe you. You are not alone. Watch this video to learn more.

UPDATE: HAWC deemed essential service. Safe refuge and virtual support available.

At the Houston Area Women’s Center, we continue to monitor the ongoing developments relating to COVID-19 and its impact. Our residential campus housing women and children will stay open, while the Counseling and Education Campus at 1010 Waugh Drive remains temporarily closed in accordance with Harris County’s Stay at Home, Work Safe orders. All face-to-face walk-ins, intakes and individual and group counseling have been moved to virtual appointments. Support by phone is also available for: safe harbor hotel emergency assistance, 24/7 hotlines, hospital accompaniment, legal advocacy, children’s court services, housing and case management.

 

To access services, clients are asked to call our hotlines.

Read the full statement from HAWC President and CEO, Emilee Whitehurst. Click on the button below.

WHAT IS #NoCOVIDabuse?

A bold public initiative to address the spike in domestic violence reports during the COVID-19 public health crisis through a partnership with Houston Mayor Sylvester TurnerDistrict C Council member Abbie Kamin, the Houston Police Department, the Harris County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council, and the Houston Area Women’s Center. Together with community leaders, domestic violence organizations, the criminal justice system, law enforcement, and private partners, we are united and committed to ensuring that services and responses remain available and ready to meet the needs of survivors.

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