The curriculum used for the classes was written specifically for victims of family violence and is provided to our agency by the Allstate Foundation.
Weekly classes includes: The Speakers’ Bureau is offered as a community service at no charge to inform religious and civic organizations and clubs, educational institutions and businesses about victimization.
In Texas, two in five women and one in five men will be sexually assaulted within their lifetime.In a majority of cases, the offender is someone known to the survivor.This prevention education is conducted at schools, youth clubs and colleges.If you are interested in educating your young men to stop violence, see Men Against Violence Media Release Contact: Chantel Millin, Salvation Army in Tyler, Community and Corporate Relations Coordinator, 903-592-4361 The Salvation Army in Tyler, in collaboration with PATH and ETCC, announce the availability of the Emergency Solutions PROGRAM beginning October 1 The Salvation Army in Tyler and our partners, the East Texas Crisis Center and Path, are pleased to announce the launch of the collaborative Emergency Solutions Grant Program beginning October 1, 2014.The Crisis Center Children’s Prevention and Education Program fosters a sense of purpose and belonging for residents, pre-school and school-age children, offering stability, consistency, and anti-victimization skills training on a daily basis. The number one reason anyone returns to their abuser is the fact that they do not have relevant job skills or training to earn adequate income to support themselves and their children.
Once safe from harm clients have the opportunity to get their emotional bearings and begin to consider the obstacles and challenges that lie ahead for them to work toward independent living.
Funded in part by The Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, this project will serve those homeless and at-risk within Smith, Cherokee, Henderson, Rains, Wood, and Upshur counties.
The goal of the program is to quickly transition individuals, and especially families with children, off of the streets and out of emergency shelters, into permanent and sustainable housing.
Sexual assault can have devastating effects such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and strained relationships.
The East Texas Crisis Center provides services to survivors and their family/friends.
In-services, seminars and workshops are conducted with law enforcement, medical services, educators and community agencies to assist them in working with victims.