If you would like to stand with us against domestic violence and sexual assault, learn more about our mission and how you can be a part of bringing healing & hope to survivors. We offer Office of Attorney General certified training courses each year. This training is required to work directly with client services. It can lead to advocating on behalf of our mission and our clients by putting it to use doing one of the following:
- Volunteer - Volunteer your time at our Emergency Shelter, our Counseling Center or events that serve our clients directly.
- Speaking - Are you part of a community or professional group? Schedule one of our speakers. If you would like to speak on behalf of Fort Bend Women's Center and the survivors we serve and spread awareness throughout the community click here to learn more about our training.
- Hospital Accompaniment Response Team (HART) - If you feel led, you can assist sexual assault victims by becoming a HART Advocate, where you will assist staff with taking calls to accompany victims in the hospital after they have been attacked.