Domestic Violence Resources
Catholic Charities – (432) 332-1387
Provides immediate assistance and educates to empower for long-term self- sufficiency.
Crisis Center West Texas – (432) 333-2527
Resource for survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Family Promise of Odessa – (432) 934-6693
Provides temporary shelter and meals for homeless families with children.
Odessa Links – (432) 582-0099
A Coordinated Entry Site (CET) for homeless families and individuals seeking shelter and housing interventions.
Salvation Army – (432) 332-0738
Services include emergency shelter, food, and housing assistance. The emergency shelter lodging serves meals daily at 5:00 pm.
Door of Hope Mission – (432) 337-8294
The Mission provides immediate physical needs including food, clothing, and shelter.
Safe Place of the Permian Basin – (432)-580-5970
Focuses on domestic abuse survivors. Includes a 24-hour emergency shelter and a 24-hour crisis hotline.
Permian Basin Mission Center – (432) 337-0554
Provides emergency food boxes, rent assistance, utility bill assistance, clothing, and basic household necessities.
The Well Hand of Grace – (432) 272-1657
Assists women in crisis with emergency relocation and housing.
Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation – (469) 467-6241 or Toll Free at (877) 724-5699
Focuses on Muslim families but supports all women and their families. Includes a 24-hour hotline and provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and rapid re-housing.
Chapparral Village Apartments – (432) 332-5091
Provides housing (Section 8) for low income or no income families. Rent is based on 30% of total income for the household.
La Promesa Apartments – (432) 367-4315
Single and multifamily housing units available to low-income families at a low cost.
Odessa Housing Finance Corporation – (432) 362-2349
Provides safe and decent home ownership opportunities and quality of life repairs, to include rehabilitation for low income to moderate income citizens.
Housing Authority of the City of Odessa – (432) 333-1088
Services include elderly, public, multi-family housing (Section 8).
Texas Health and Human Services Commission – (432) 333-5141
Offers help with food, health care and cash assistance for low income or no income families.
Ector County Veteran’s Services – (432) 498-4015
Assists veterans and their families in applying for benefits to which they may be entitled. Any veteran or family member may apply.
Disability Claim Services – (432) 580-5580
Helps individuals who are disabled apply for and obtain their SSI and/or Social Security Disability Benefits.
Ector County Greater Works – (432) 614-0496
Helps low-income elderly or disabled individuals with nutritious food, nice clothing, and programs that contribute to ensuring a healthy quality of life.
Legal Aid of Northwest Texas – (432) 332-1207
General civil intake, including family law, wills and estates, landlord/tenant cases, public benefits, and real property matters.
Ector County Victim Assistance – (432) 498-4230
Protects victims of violent crimes, helps with applications for protective orders, and attends court dates.
Texas Advocacy Project – (800) 374-4673
Free legal services for domestic violence victims.
VINE – (877) 894- 8463
Allows victims to view updated criminal case information and track the custody status of offenders.
Family Resiliency Center – (432) 848-6944
Current services offered at the FRC include peer support groups, trauma informed yoga, Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), mental wellness related classes, cooking, and art workshops.
Insight Counseling – (432) 333-3667
Offers counseling services to individuals, adolescents, children, couples, and families. Modalities include expressive arts therapy, play therapy, sand tray therapy, EMDR, somatic modalities and Mindfulness.
The Alpha Center – (432) 614-5720
Includes family and adolescent counseling, substance abuse classes, anger management classes, an adolescent Life Skills Program (ages 16-18), and more.
Faith Steps Counseling – (432) 653-5118
Services include cognitive behavioral therapy, play therapy, sand play, and trauma therapy.
Centers for Children and Families – (432) 580-7006
Specializes in anger management, marriage counseling, behavior addiction, depression, personality disorders, trauma abuse issues and play therapy.
Charlie Health – (866) 491-5196
A team of licensed clinicians that provide engaging, evidence-based therapeutic groups. The virtual program allows patients to build connections among peers, show support, role model productive communication, and ultimately heal together.
ChoiceWorks Counseling Center – (432) 332-9644
Therapy for depression and anxiety, family counseling, parenting support, and domestic violence.
UTPB Counseling and Training Clinic – (432) 552-2365
Graduate level counselor trainees working under faculty supervision provide counseling and related services to clients in the Permian Basin. No fee for university students.
RAINN - 1-800-656-HOPE
24/7 Hotline that provides support for sexual abuse and incest survivors.
National Domestic Violence Hotline – 1-800-799-SAFE
24/7 Hotline that provides support for victims of domestic violence.