Eastland County Crisis Center, Inc.
Our Hope Closet has clothing and supplies that clients will need in everyday life. If you would like to donate any of the following please contact us:
Bags (suitcases, backpacks, etc.)
To provide services designed to meet the physical, social, and emotional needs of domestic violence and sexual assault victims by providing immediate, short, and long-term assistance.
Would you like to become a volunteer and help with assisting victims in your own community? Devote an evening to see first-hand the families we help daily.
The Eastland County Crisis Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency offering crisis counseling, advocacy, and accompaniment services to victims and survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Eastland County.
In addition we are also committed to preventing these crimes through education, awareness, discussion, cultural and policy change, and through collaboration with other agencies.
All services are provided by licensed professionals and/or state certified staff and volunteers.
• In 1994, Former Chief of Police Cecil Funderburgh and concerned citizens met at Eastland National Bank believing that there was a need for an organization to assist Law Enforcement and Hospital Personnel with victims of violent crimes.
• In 1996, Eastland County Crisis Center opened its doors for the first time.
• County Commissioners generously donated office space at the old Annex Building and also agreed to pay all utilities.
• In 2009, The Eastland County Children’s Advocacy Program opened to provide additional services specifically designed for abused and neglected children and their non-offending family members.
The Crime Victim Assistance Center provides services to both primary (actual victim) and secondary (affected friends/family of victim) victims of domestic/family violence and sexual assault, without regard to age, gender, race, color, religion, disability.
This is a small community. All CVAC staff, volunteers, and clients sign a strict confidentiality policy. This prohibits discussing the client, case, or identifying details without written permission from the client. The exceptions are mandatory reporting cases. CVAC takes great care to maintain privacy within the office by keeping clients files locked and secure. In addition, we attempt to uphold our client's dignity by utilizing a different office space for each client.
Pledge to Talk 2.4.14 - We encourage everyone to start talking about the growing epidemic of teen dating violence. Please join our conversation of Facebook this day about what you can do to help prevent TDV.
Wear Orange 4 Love - On February 11th, join us by wearing orange shirts, ribbons, or anything else you can think of to honor Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Please add your pictures on our FB page and updates on Twitter or Facebook using #Orange4Love or #RespectWeek2014
Eastland County Crisis Center
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