Stand with Us

Become an Advocate

Bringing healing & hope to survivors

If you would like to stand with us against domestic violence and sexual assault, learn more about our mission and how you can be a part of bringing healing & hope to survivors in the Greater Houston area.


Volunteers are essential to the work of Fort Bend Women's Center and offer several opportunities for caring individuals and groups who want to make a difference in the lives of survivors and their children.

Voices for Change

Invite us to your next company event, school assembly or professional group and hear about our services and how you can help spread awareness throughout the community.

Be An Advocate

Interested in advocating on behalf of Fort Bend Women's Center in the community? We offer Office of Attorney General certified training courses each year to educate and equip advocates to help us spread awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Find out more about the OAG Certified training we offer.

State-certified training in domestic violence and sexual assault


5 Weekday Sessions
9am - 5pm
Check the Calendar of Events


Administrative Building
501 E. Highway 90A
Richmond, TX 77406
(Side Entrance)


Volunteer Department

Please note: Attendance for all sessions, completion of 10 online self-led hours, and a score of 80% or higher on the final exam are required to receive the Certificate of Completion. 

Provides all the minimum services as defined in the Texas Government Code, Section 420.003 (1-e). and satisfies the statutory requirement in Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Article 56.045.