One Safe Place is a comprehensive center that provides victims of domestic violence with resources to help them in all aspects of prevention. Located at FRC Forest Oak 3250 Pecos, Fort Worth, TX 76119 and FRC Riverside 1550 Bolton, Fort Worth, TX 76111, the center offers inpatient treatment for children aged 2 to 12, partial hospitalization program for children and adolescents aged 6 to 17, and outpatient services. Adults 18 years of age or older who are not enrolled in the school outpatient program for children ages 5 to 18 and their families are welcome. The programs address a wide range of issues such as eating disorders, aggressive behavior, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, sexual abuse, self-harm, family conflict, grief and loss, suicidal thoughts, school problems, ADHD, and dual diagnosis. The Texas Advocacy Project provides counseling by phone and support with legal filing processes that you can carry out yourself.
It also offers full representation of the client. Community education and training, peer support, and employment services with support for people with mental illness are also available. MHMR is another organization that provides assistance to those in need. It will help you throughout your treatment by developing a service plan, coordinating services, advocating on your behalf and supporting you in the event of a crisis. MHMR works in conjunction with several housing agencies and organizations in Tarrant County to provide housing and comprehensive services to people living without homes. One Safe Place has an office located throughout the Fort Worth area that offers support to the university, downtown, Near Southside, the museum district, the hospital district and beyond.
The Crime Stoppers Imagine No Violence Camp Hope Family Justice Center provides a bicycle patrol support group and training project on safe neighborhoods and safe cities. One Safe Place is committed to providing long-term solutions to end domestic abuse in Tarrant County.