Welcome to Domestic Violence Prevention, Inc. website. Plenty of resources made available!

Our ongoing mission is to break the cycle of violence by providing a safe alternative to a violent home and by providing education, counseling and support services to clients and their children.

We inform our community about the need and concerns of the victims of these assaults. Plus, how each individual can play a critical role in our awareness and prevention endeavors.

You're NOT alone - there are people to assist you!

Texas and Arkansas Counties in our Service Area

Texas: Bowie & Cass

Arkansas: Miller, Hempstead, Howard, Lafayette, Little River, 

                                      Nevada, Sevier, Pike

 

About Domestic Violence Prevention, Inc.

 

Domestic Violence Prevention, Inc. (DVP) is a 501C3 nonprofit that has provided services and advocacy for crime victims' rights since 1979. DVP provides services and advocacy for male and female victims of physical, mental and sexual abuse including adults, children and the elderly. DVP accomplishes this through their mission to break the cycle of violence (see above mission statement).

 

DVP provides emergency shelter, immediate crisis intervention and advocacy, a 24 hour crisis hoteline, emergency and medical transportation, legal advocacy and court accompaniment, educational and supportive activities for children, education and support groups for adult and child victims of sexual assault/incest and domestic violence, individual counseling for shelter residents and nonresidents, and community referrals and information. Also, a battering intervention and prevention program provides counseling and group sessions for abusive partners.

 

DVP conducts community outreach by providing information and referrals to community agencies, conducting professional and volunteer trainings, and giving presentations and information to schools and youth groups on the topics of teen violence prevention, healthy relationships, and bullying, as well as general presentations to civic groups, businesses and churches.

 

DVP has the only Safe House available to victims in their service area.

 

 

About Domestic Violence Prevention, Inc.

 

Domestic Violence Prevention, Inc. (DVP) is a 501C3 nonprofit that has provided services and advocacy for crime victims' rights since 1979. DVP provides services and advocacy for male and female victims of physical, mental and sexual abuse including adults, children and the elderly. DVP accomplishes this through their mission to break the cycle of violence (see above mission statement).

 

DVP provides emergency shelter, immediate crisis intervention and advocacy, a 24 hour crisis hoteline, emergency and medical transportation, legal advocacy and court accompaniment, educational and supportive activities for children, education and support groups for adult and child victims of sexual assault/incest and domestic violence, individual counseling for shelter residents and nonresidents, and community referrals and information. Also, a battering intervention and prevention program provides counseling and group sessions for abusive partners.

 

DVP conducts community outreach by providing information and referrals to community agencies, conducting professional and volunteer trainings, and giving presentations and information to schools and youth groups on the topics of teen violence prevention, healthy relationships, and bullying, as well as general presentations to civic groups, businesses and churches.

 

DVP has the only Safe House available to victims in their service area.

 

Main Office

424 Spruce

Texarkana, Tx 75501

903-794-4000

 

Hope Office

1318 S. Main

Hope, Ar 71801

870-777-0994

 

Atlanta Office

209 E Hiram

Atlanta, Tx 75551

903-796-8847

 

 

You're not alone!

 

24 Hour Crisis Line

903-793-HELP (4357) or 

903-277-3350

 

Confidential, Caring & Considerate

resource for those experiencing any form of sexual assault and domestic violence.

 

If you are in immediate danger, please call    9-1-1

Resource Links:

Safety Plan Check List

 

DV & Drug Addiction 

 

Resources for Survivors

 

Learn the TX Facts

 

Safety Plan

 

Child Welfare

 

Brochures

 

Parents

 

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We have a resource center with dozens of information brochures for you to have.