The Crisis Center is committed to working with our communities to build greater understanding of the issues of domestic and sexual violence. Each year, our staff train and educate thousands of medical, law enforcement, mental health and legal professionals, youth, university students and administrators, educators, faith-based leaders, community leaders, volunteers and advocates. At the Center, we firmly believe that we will one day end the cycle of abuse by realistically talking and learning the truth about domestic and sexual violence.
In the 2015-16 school year, the Crisis Center’s community service managers educated 9000 students in Ector County ISD, Fort Stockton ISD, Kermit ISD and Pecos-Barstow-Toyah ISD using evidence-based curriculum.
We welcome the opportunity to work with your group to design a training and/or education program that meets your organization’s needs and fits within your schedule.
- Professional Training
- Community Education
- Volunteer Training
Please contact our Education and Training department at (432) 333-2527 to request a program.