We have many different support groups to fit your needs. Members of these support groups come together, with a shared experience, to empower each other and heal. Support groups for domestic violence are open to all registered clients. The sexual respect groups are available for those who are referred by an advocate or therapist.
You may find healing and validation from others who share a similar abusive experience.
You will have the opportunity to work through problems, guided by a therapist and interacting with others who have also experienced trauma. These problems include depression, anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and more.
Rediscover how to create healthy relationships with loved ones, friends and coworkers.
Ideal for ages 5–12, this support group helps young children heal by giving them a safe space to talk.
This group teaches young adults respect, trust, healthy choices, how to deal with anger, effective communication, sexual respect and more.
Find support, tips and guidance as you navigate through parenting.
You may find healing and validation from other women who have also experienced sexual assault or other forms of sexual violence as a child or an adult.
Men experience sexual assault as boys and adults — find support from other men here.
As a young person, you face a different set of challenges to find healing. Connect with others your age with whom you share a similar experience.
You will have the opportunity to work through problems, guided by a therapist and interacting with others who have also experienced trauma, stemming from a sexual assault.
Get different kinds of perspectives, support, encouragement and feedback from people going through similar experiences, guided by a therapist.
If you are a family member or loved one of someone who has been sexually abused or assaulted, you can find support and healing here.
Support groups for domestic violence are open to all registered clients. Please contact us to learn more about how to join one. The sexual respect groups are available for those who are referred by an advocate or therapist.
Let’s talk. We are here to listen.
Call our 24-hour Crisis Hopeline at 915.593.7300 or 1.800.727.0511.
Find helpful services at the Family Resource Center.
Due to COVID-19, call 915.593.7300 for updated procedures
580 Giles Road
El Paso, Texas 79915
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Friday: 8 a.m.–noon
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