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Child survivor, advocate and author Elizabeth Smart will be the guest speaker at the 4th Annual Fort Bend Women’s Center’s Healing and Hope Luncheon at the Sugar Land Marriott Time Square in Sugar Land on October 17, 2019. At age 14, Smart was taken from her bed in the middle of the night and was … Read More »
The staff at our Emergency Shelter have started a writing activity with the adult and child residents. The groups are gathered at separate times and are given a writing prompt, where they may create their own publications on that topic and share them with the community right here! This is a great way for our … Read More »
Have you ever had a close friend, family member, or coworker disclose to you that they were sexually assaulted or an abusive relationship? If so, how did you react? What did you say? Have you ever said any of the following phrases? “I can’t believe you still love him!” “What did you say before he … Read More »
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, a month dedicated to preventing sexual assault in our community and showing support for survivors. Fort Bend Women’s Center is committed to providing support for the sexual assault survivors in our community. In 2018, we served more than 300 survivors of sexual assault, accompanying them to hospital and court … Read More »
Fort Bend Women’s Center’s STARS Board of Directors is the Volunteer Auxiliary of the agency. We are so grateful to have such a special group of community leaders spreading the word about our mission. From Volunteer Recruiting and Administrative assistance to Special Event Planning and even playground building, this amazing board of volunteers isn’t afraid … Read More »