Fort Bend Women's Center's 5th Annual Healing and Hope Luncheon will feature Aly Raisman, gold medal winning gymnast, as guest speaker on May 11. Tickets and Sponsorships Now On Sale!
Isolation is often a tactic that abusers will use to gain more control over their victim. Although Mandy is healing and moving forward after her trauma, the work continues through counseling and other programs offered here at Fort Bend Women’s Center. There are much better holidays in her future!
Remember to take care of yourself this holiday season and give back when you can. The spirit of the holiday is all about spending time with the ones you love and giving back where you can! Help spread holiday cheer this year for yourself and others by following these ten steps!
Fort Bend Women’s Center’s biggest event of the year, Journey of Hope, Thursday November 11, 2021, featuring Special Guest Speakers Susan and Dane Still.
Our littlest survivors often face many challenges. Read how our Child Mentor team serves these children and helps them on their journey of healing.
Help survivors of sexual assault during Sexual Assault Awareness Month with our Denim Day Challenge! What is Denim Day?
FBWC Survivor and her daughter flee an abusive home. This is their story.
Leaving an abuser: Safety Planning with Custody Arrangements
Safety Planning with Pets when leaving an abuser in a domestic violence situation.
Safety is never guaranteed, but having a plan in place should you decide to leave your abuser increases your chances for survival. Begin by discreetly doing things that will increase your independence.
Safety Planning When Living with an Abuser
"Ernie," a child affected by domestic violence, thrived in our Shelter with the help and hard work of our Child Development Team!
A blog about mentoring children of domestic violence and the Legend of the Bluebonnet.
A Message from CEO, Vita Goodell, on Phase 1 of reopening after during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Serving Survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault during a pandemic.
In 40 years, Fort Bend Women’s Center has brought Healing & Hope to over 50,000 survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Did you know that the average domestic violence victim will try to leave 7 times before they are actually able to get away for good? Well, at least they hope it will be for good.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and you know what that means! It’s time to Step Up and Speak Out to end violence.
En un esfuerzo para hacer los exámenes posteriores de asalto más convenientes, El Centro para la Mujer de Fort Bend (FBWC), junto con Examinadores Forenses de Enfermería de Texas (Texas Forensic Nurse Examiners - TXFNE), tiene una nueva opción para víctimas de agresión sexual y violencia doméstica.
In an effort to make post-assault exams more convenient, Fort Bend Women’s Center (FBWC) has partnered with Texas Forensic Nurse Examiners (TXFNE) to provide a new option for victims of physical or sexual assault.