24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline
409-832-7575 or 1-800-621-8882
Womens and Children’s Shelter
Safe house protection, Crisis Hotline, Legal Advocacy, Case Management, Counseling, Children’s Advocacy, Transitional Housing
General Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Dependency, Grief, Stress, and Relational Conflict counseling available for all age groups. Services provided on a sliding fee scale.
Battering Intervention and Prevention Program
18-week program teaches non-controlling and non-violent coping skills and addresses denial, minimization, blame, and justification for abuse.
18-week program for adult men or women dealing with uncontrolled anger. Teaches coping, positive reactions to everyday stress, and planning to deal with anger.
Assists parents with the challenges of effective child rearing, while focusing on the needs of parents and children during times of stress.
10-week class that helps children identify feelings and learn how to express them in healthy ways, avoid confrontation, build self-confidence, set goals, make healthy-life choices, maintain healthy friendships, and take care of ourselves.
Employee Assistance Program
Help your business keep the valuable company assets that employees represent. Provide them with assessment and counseling for family and job-related problems.
Family Services Blog
Have you ever thought about seeing a counselor? People seek counseling for a variety of reasons. You don’t have to be “crazy” or have a serious mental health problem to benefit from therapy.
Family Services counselors know that each day they will meet clients that are facing all sorts of life challenges – and that they need support to see them through those challenges. We are prepared to listen, engage, educate, and help you understand your options.
So, when is the right time?read more
Breaking free from an abuser is extremely difficult and can be a very stressful and trying time for mothers and their children. Common misconceptions about Child Protective Services can make things harder, or even make victims hesitant to leave their abuser.
Here are some key things to remember about CPS, their role, and your rights as a survivor of domestic abuse:read more
Family Services of Southeast Texas announced this week that they will expand their Batterer’s Intervention and Prevention Program to include a weekly class in Orange. “Our classes in Beaumont and Port Arthur have been very successful,” said Executive Director Janet Walker. “We are excited to expand the services we offer in Orange County.”
The Batterer’s Intervention and Prevention Program (BIPP) is an effective way to hold family violence offenders accountable for their behavior. It teachesread more
If you are a victim of domestic violence, your partner may be mandated to attend, or is considering attending our Batterers Intervention and Prevention Program to change abusive behavior. This is what you should know: What is your role?read more
Perpetrators of domestic violence can change. At Family Services, we have a Texas accredited Batterers Intervention and Prevention Program that is extremely successful.
Because our goal is to strengthen the family, we do not demonize or judge the batterer. Instead we focus on helping them confront their abusive behaviors that center around their fundamental beliefs about power and control in relationships.
This video is a candid interview with a male batterer who has completed the program at another agency.read more