Domestic Violence

Resource & Crisis Center

The mission of the Resource & Crisis Center of Galveston County, Inc. is to promote the safety, well-being, and best interest of victims of family violence, sexual assault, and child abuse; and to advocate for the prevention of such crimes. 

Homeless Prevention Program

Do you need housing assistance? Are you a Domestic Violence survivor? Then RCC can help with the following services:

-Rental Application Fees

-Security Deposits/Last Month's Rent

-Utility Payments/Deposits

-Housing Search & Placement

For more information please contact:
Rosa Salinas

They are accepting clients, but ask that any incoming persons seeking services would need to call their 24 hour toll-free hotline number 888-919-7233 to be screened prior to their arrival. All shelter services will continue uninterrupted and all services that are normally offered face-to-face will continue with a heavy focus on providing these services remotely.

Crisis services will continue to be accessible for those in need through our hotline at 888-919-7233 (SAFE). To schedule an appointment, please call the crisis hotline. Our hotline services will continue to be available 24/7 to the community.

Bay Area Turning Point

Bay Area Turning Point Inc. is a non-profit agency in the greater Bay Area providing 24-Hour crisis assistance, advocacy, counseling, case management and housing services to individuals and families impacted directly or indirectly by domestic and/or sexual violence.


Hotline | Shelter

Food | Children

Case Management | Advocacy

Counseling | Housing

Outreach, Education & Prevention

Contact Information
210 South Walnut, Webster, TX 77598 | 281-338-7600
24 Hour Crisis Hotline - 281-286-2525

The Bridge Over Troubled Waters 

Services are available for survivors of domestic violence, elder abuse, sexual assault and child sexual abuse. The agency offers services to all persons without regard to race, national origin, political belief, disability, color, religion, age, and/or sex.

The Bridge Services

-100 bed shelter for women, men, and children escaping domestic or sexual violence

-Permanent Supportive Housing, Rapid Re-Housing & OVW

-Non-residential services

-On Site Forensic Exam Clinic

-Ongoing case management and goal planning assistance

-Accompaniment to hospital, police department, court and legal procedures

-Crime Victim's Compensation assistance, Victim Information, Notification Everyday Assistance (VINE) & Address Confidentiality Program Assistance (ACP)

-Information & referrals

-Peer counseling

-Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault/Parenting/ Substance Abuse Education, Life Skill, Financial Empowerment, Virtual Support Group

-Provide for High Risk clients through our DVHRT

Contact Information
3811 Allen-Genoa Rd, Pasadena, TX 77504
(713) 472-0753 | Hotline 713-473-2801

Family Promise of Clear Creek 

Family Promise of Clear Creek is a community-based response to family homelessness. We partner with the faith, school and business communities to offer a holistic program designed to empower families to become stable and rebuild their lives to achieve lasting independence. Call us at 832-932-3963 if you or someone you know needs help. Open 9am-5pm, M-F. Holistic self-sufficiency program for homeless children & their families.

Must qualify by:

Telephone Screening

Intake Interview

Background Check & Drug Test

Sarah's House  

Sarah’s House was established in 2001 as a non-profit organization dedicated to providing emergency care, shelter, food, clothing and other basic necessities to women and their children. These individuals have found themselves in the frightening position of having no safe place to sleep or eat and few options for immediate assistance available. Since its founding, Sarah’s House has provided real time help to many homeless, unemployed, or underemployed single women or women with children. There is no situation more frightening, dangerous and seemingly hopeless for a woman than to be alone on the streets of a large metropolitan area with no place to go. The challenges facing a mother with children to care for is even direr.

At Sarah's House, our mission is to provide emergency shelter, meals, clothing and basic necessities for homeless women and their children. Our goal is to assist in providing these families with stability, education and life-skills to regain permanent housing after experiencing a homeless crisis. In order to do this, we support our clients efforts to find employment opportunities and achieve self-sufficiency. In a single year, our current program will house 100 new residents and service over 300 additional clients per month. We believe, together, with the support of our valued donors and volunteers, Sarah's House improves the future and well-being of the Pasadena community.  Sarah's House is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.​

Sarah's House is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment to all staff and residents. We know that many people are being impacted by the virus as well as the economic uncertainty currently plaguing our community. Sarah's House aims to be part of the solution in ending Homelessness and Economic Instability in our community. Join us in our efforts to end Homelessness in the Pasadena and Harris County. Contact us to find out how you can help!

Contact Information

If you are currently seeking shelter, please give us a call at 713.475.1480

Interim Executive Director |
Shelter Manager |
​General Information |

Address: 711 Perla Road, Pasadena, TX 77502

If you would like more information on volunteering, please reach out to Veronica. For information on services we provide, please call the shelter.

In-Person Donations

If you are interested in donating items to the shelter feel free to drop them off 7 days a week between the hours of 10am and 7pm. We are not currently accepting donations of large furniture.


Houston Area Women's Center

Since 1977, the Houston Area Women’s Center has worked relentlessly to help survivors affected by domestic and sexual violence build lives free from the effects of violence.

Given our humble beginnings – we started with nine active volunteers answering donated phones – we are proud of how we have grown. Today, we have 115 paid staff, a counseling and administrative building, a residential shelter for 120 women and children, a state-of-the-art hotline call center and over 1,000 active volunteers.

Available by Phone 24/7

Domestic Violence 713-528-2121

Sexual Assault 713-528-7273

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