SafeHaven of Tarrant County - Victims and Their Children - Fort Worth, TX

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1100 Hemphill Street, Suite 303
Fort Worth, TX 76104
: Phone: 877-701-7233

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Description: 24 hour Domestic violence hotline for women and their children. SafeHaven operates the largest and most comprehensive domestic violence shelters in Tarrant County.

Provides 24-hour care to families fleeing life-threatening situations. Includes a secure living environment, legal services, professional counseling, transportation to and from work, on-site school and daycare, and medical and dental referrals.

Provides counseling, information and referrals. Services are provided in English and Spanish and all calls are confidential and free of charge.

Gives clients skills and tools necessary to move from the shelter to independent living. The average stay ranges from 3 months to 2 years.

Include counseling and support groups for adults and children in English and Spanish, legal services, and collaboration with area police departments.


Include programs about healthy relationships, safe dating, bullying, and other relevant topics for adults, children, teens and professionals. In 2016, SafeHaven educated over 30,000 students in Tarrant County school districts.

Helps abusive individuals identify belief systems that form the core of abusive behaviors. paip equips abusers with tools to help them recognize and avoid aggressive and violent behaviors in the future and teaches healthy replacement options.

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