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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Prevention Education and Awareness

The mission of the Prevention Education Team is to provide quality community education that will end domestic violence and sexual violence in Bastrop, Colorado, Fayette, and Lee Counties.

Prevention Programs K-5th Grade

Presentations are designed to educate K-5th grade students and increase awareness of the different types of abuse and strategies for safety and seeking help; topics include emotional and verbal abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, internet safety and community resources. These programs enhance self-esteem, build relationship skills, and enhance children’s ability to resolve conflict with non-violent actions.

Prevention Programs 6th-12th Grade

Presentations are designed to educate 6th-12th grade students about sexual assault, sexual harassment, teen dating violence, and bullying and by-standers. These programs provide information on how to recognize abusive relationships, how to report abuse as it happens, and how to deter it from happening in the future.

Community Prevention Programs

Community education and awareness programs focusing on the dynamics of domestic, sexual and dating violence are also offered to parents, civic organizations, the faith-based community, health care providers, mental health care professionals, school administration and teachers, social services agencies and businesses.

Sexual Assault Focused Education for Teens(S.A.F.E. Teens)

Presentations are designed to educate and engage 14 to 18 year old youth on primary prevention issues including Tolerance, Gender Stereotypes, Sexual Harassment, Stalking/Cyberstalking, and Sexual Assault.

En la Saber/ In the Know

The goal of the En la Saber/In the Know project is to provide rural youth, with special emphasis on Hispanic youth, with the skills, resources, and knowledge necessary to empower them to live violence-free lives and to raise awareness of family violence and teen dating violence in their communities. These primary prevention programs are offered to middle schools, high schools and after school programs in Bastrop, Colorado, Fayette and Lee counties.

Volunteer Services

Presentations are designed to create awareness in the community of agency services and provide information to individuals interested in volunteering. The program focuses on recruitment, training, and support of agency volunteers.

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