At the Family Crisis Center of East Texas, we strive to engage the community through education about the prevention of interpersonal and domestic violence, as well as sexual assault. Our confidential services for women, children and men who experience or witness sexual violence include advocacy, counseling, legal services and shelter, all at no charge to the client. For anyone who has experienced domestic or sexual violence, or knows of someone who has, our hotline and our text line are answered 24/7 by trained staff.

Prevention and education presentations/trainings are provided upon request for businesses, service clubs, community groups, organizations and students of all ages.

Sample topics include:

  • Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships

  • Bystander Intervention

  • Dating Violence

  • Human Trafficking

  • The Importance of Consent

To request a presentation for your group,  please contact our office at 936-639-1681.

Domestic Violence Education/Awareness

Domestic violence can be defined as a pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.
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Sexual Assault Education/Awareness

Sexual violence spans a wide range of unwanted sexual contacts including child sexual abuse, rape, attempted rape, incest, exhibitionism, voyeurism, obscene phone calls, fondling, and sexual harassment.
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The FCCET strives to educate our communities on the prevention of sexual assault and domestic violence.
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Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is defined as a crime that involves exploiting a person for labor, services or commercial sex.

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Teen Dating Violence

Teen dating violence is intimate partner violence that occurs between two young people who are, or were once in, an intimate relationship.

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