Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear. If you are afraid that your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored, please use a safer computer, call our hotline at 1-888-311-7755, and/or call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224.

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No appointment necessary for immediate crisis intervention and advocacy services. Please call our 24-hour crisis hotline 888-311-7755 or 512-303-7755 for more information.

Walk-in services are available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm (except holidays) at the Center’s main office located at 431 Old Austin Hwy, Bastrop, Texas.

Services also available by appointment at outreach offices in Fayette, Lee, and Colorado counties (La Grange, Giddings, and Columbus) and other locations. Please contact the main office at 512-321-7760 during regular office hours for more information about outreach office hours or to schedule appointments at other locations.


Summertime can bring about fun for many families in the area; however, for those families experiencing domestic violence, this time of year can mean making the life-changing decision to leave a violent home. Shelter and crisis services typically increase during the summer, and this places a strain on agency resources. Please consider donating items from the current needs list to help the agency serve individuals in need.


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Family Crisis Center Advocates

Family Crisis Center advocates are committed to supporting individuals who have been impacted by domestic and sexual violence. This is done through:

Crisis Intervention

24-hours/7 days a week - Advocates provide safety planning, access to temporary shelter, options, information and education so that the individual can make decisions that are best for their situation.

Support and Advocacy Navigating the Criminal Justice System

Advocates can help individuals with the protective order process, provide support for individuals seeking to file charges, provide accompaniment to court proceedings and provide assistance with other system issues.

Personal Advocacy

Advocates assist in the location of resources for employment, housing and financial assistance for utilities, rent, etc.

Emergency Needs

Advocates help individuals in crisis with emergency needs such as food, transportation, clothing, diapers, and school supplies when resources are available.

Medical Accompaniment

Advocates support individuals who have been physically or sexually assaulted by providing accompaniment to the hospital.

Information and Referrals

Advocates help individuals find the available community resources not provided by the Family Crisis Center. Some examples are food pantries, financial help, housing, employment, legal assistance, mental health and health care, and drug and alcohol services. Vouchers can be given to the Bits & Pieces thrift store to qualified individuals.