Restored Hope – Safe House

Restore women and their children to normal lives who have been affected by the adverse conditions of life that include sex trafficking, slavery, abuse, poverty and interaction with the Criminal Justice System.
We are a safehouse for victims of sex trafficking including escorts, dancers, prostitutes, sexually abused and domestic violence victims.

Women in Need

Temporary long term emergency housing for homeless women and children who are victims of domestic violence.

Other services include job training and placement domestic violence prevention counseling.

Must have been a victim of domestic violence within the last year to stay in the residential facilities. 

24 Hour Text – 972-591-SAFE (7233)

Having identification and a social security card are highly recommended to help the process of getting into the facility, but Women in Need will still try to provide assistance without these items.

There are also non-residential programs that help women pay various bills and expenses if the funds are available.  A support group for victims of domestic violence meets on Tuesday and Thursday nights.

Genesis Women’s Shelter – Dallas – Mailing Address

Mission – To end the epidemic of domestic violence against women and children by stopping individual victimization and reducing the devastating impact of family violence through safety, shelter and expert services to battered women and their children. We are committed to preventing violence by raising the level of community awareness regarding the pervasiveness and effects of domestic violence.

Services – Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support provides emergency shelter, safety and counseling for victims of domestic violence and their children. All of the services at Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support are confidential and free.

Brighter Tomorrows

OUR MISSION:
To empower survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

OUR VISION:
At Brighter Tomorrows we make a difference because we take domestic violence and sexual assault personally. As the second largest domestic violence shelter in Dallas county, we have been witness to thousands of changed lives. We are committed agents of change who work for survivors and the eradication of domestic violence and sexual assault through education and collaboration.

Emily’s Place

“As the only long-term transitional housing facility for domestic violence survivors in Collin County, Emily’s Place seeks to break the cycle of domestic violence for women and their children by providing “transformational” living with emphasis on emotional healing and life-skills training to ensure a successful, self-sustaining future.
Emily’s Place is not a shelter, which typical allows women to stay for 30-90 days. Rather, it is a “transformational” housing ministry based on a 24-month stay commitment which promotes stability and wise choices.
The transformational program includes counseling, addictions recovery, vocational assistance, life skills development and spiritual nurturing. Emily’s Place program is unique in that residents live in a highly structured environment under direct supervision and community involvement. The structured environment of 24/7 live-in staff offer the support and accountability needed to transition from a difficult past into a bright future.
For victims of domestic violence, Emily’s Place is the BRIDGE from the shelter back into the community.”

River of Life Residential

The purpose of River of Life Homes, Inc, a 501(3)c non-profit organization, is to provide temporary shelter, food, clothing, emotional and spiritual support for homeless women and children who are in a domestic violent situation, or have lost their homes due to uncontrollable circumstances such as hurricane, tornado, earthquake, flood and other natural disaster, regardless of race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, political belief, or national origin.

Hope’s Door – Counseling Center

Hope’s Door is a shelter and counseling center that offers comprehensive programs and services that are designed to help break the cycle of domestic abuse.
Hope’s Door provides direct intervention and prevention services to Texas families affected by domestic abuse in Collin County, Dallas County, and surrounding areas. Hope’s Door is a registered 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit charitable organization, and a partner of the United Way.
Since 1989, Hope’s Door has provided safe shelter for over 3,787 women and their children, and answered over 16,000 crisis line calls.

Women in Need

Temporary long term emergency housing for homeless women and children who are victims of domestic violence.

Other services include job training and placement domestic violence prevention counseling.

Must have been a victim of domestic violence within the last year to stay in the residential facilities. 

24 Hour Text – 972-591-SAFE (7233)

Having identification and a social security card are highly recommended to help the process of getting into the facility, but Women in Need will still try to provide assistance without these items.

There are also non-residential programs that help women pay various bills and expenses if the funds are available.  A support group for victims of domestic violence meets on Tuesday and Thursday nights.