Frequently Asked Questions
All of the services we provide at the Family Crisis Center of Johnson County - including our emergency shelter, legal advocacy, therapy and counseling services - are all provided free of charge thanks to generous donations from the community.
When you arrive at our emergency shelter all items will be provided for you. We provide clothes, basic toiletries and food for you and the other members of your family who come with you to the shelter. We will make you have all of your basic necessities.
There are many ways to help us at the Family Crisis Center of Johnson County. We accept monetary donations or donations of certain items that we always need for those staying at our shelter. We are also always happy to have volunteers who can donate their time.
If you suspect someone you love is in danger, you are always welcome to call our 24-hour hotline at 1-800-848-3206 or 817-641-2332. Here, you will be able to discuss the situation with one of our hotline operators.
If you feel a loved one is in immediate danger or could be harmed, please reach out to local law enforcement.
Domestic violence can take many forms and isn't always classified by just physical violence. It can be defined as any pattern of behavior in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner. Types of domestic abuse can include physical, emotional, sexual or financial abuse.
Domestic violence can affect anyone, no matter your race, age, gender, socio-economic status, location, etc.