Domestic Violence Program

Domestic violence can take many forms. It is not only physical abuse. Domestic violence can be emotional, verbal, sexual, economic, spiritual and psychological. It can and does happen to all kinds of people, regardless of their age, gender, income, education or ethnicity.


We can help. Call our 24-hour Crisis Hotline: 281-342-HELP (4357).


 Emergency Shelter program

– Temporary accommodation for adults and children

– Three daily meal and snacks

– Basic medical care

– Playcare – we offer onsite childcare for clients

– Counseling and neurofeedback training

– Career Development support – education and employment assistance

– Dedicated case management

– Limited transport assistance

– Help with accessing other support resources such as public benefits and legal services

– Housing assistance


Non-residential program

This is available to survivors who are unable to access or do not want to enter our Emergency Shelter.  The program serves survivors trying to escape, heal and/or live independently of their offender.  Services available are:

– Dedicated case management

– Counseling and neurofeedback training

– Career Development support – education and employment assistance

– Childcare – we are able to offer limited assistance with childcare costs to enable survivors to maintain employment

– Limited transport assistanceas public assistance and legal services

– Housing assistance (see details below)



Housing assistance

Fort Bend Women’s Center is one of a number of domestic violence service providers that is participating in Coordinated Access to housing.  Coordinated Access is a regional housing system required by the Department of Housing and Urban Affairs (HUD) that prioritizes applicants according to the results of their individual assessments.


All Fort Bend Women’s Center clients seeking housing must complete an assessment at intake.  The results are entered into the Coordinated Entry database for prioritization and selection if threshold is met.


We currently offer two housing programs for survivors who are on a low income, homeless or who need to relocate because of fears for their personal safety as a result of domestic and/or sexual violence through the coordinated entry system:


– Rapid Rehousing Program– short term housing, available for up to 12 months


– Wellness & Stability Program– long term housing for survivors with a disabling mental health condition verified by a licensed mental health provider to apply. Accommodation is available at one of the program’s existing housing complexes or within a 5-mile radius. Clients in this program receive additional support from onsite case managers, child mentor, and counselor.



Please check out our Online Resources, which can help you learn more about domestic violence.