Victim Help & Education

Isolation and fear can drive women to see normalcy where there is none.

Isolation and fear can drive women to see normalcy where there is none.

The Collin County Council on Family Violence

Family violence has no home in Collin County,
but hope does…

The Collin County Council on Family Violence urges each victim of abuse to carefully and thoughtfully develop a plan of action. You just took the first step. Next step, educate yourself. Explore the options under this section to find resources and more education.

The CCCFV works with agencies in all areas of family violence. If you need help, please call one of the agencies listed. Or call 911 for immediate help.

The CCCFV collaboratively educates the community, provides information, and connects people to the resources they need in the event of a family violence crisis. In this section you can find helpful information on diverse family violence topics  (e.g., child abuse, domestic violence, elder abuse, rape). Through the years, the CCCFV has worked together with family violence professionals to develop unique resources for the community (e.g., emergency information shoe cards, brochures).

If you face immediate danger, call 911. Don’t wait. There are experienced, knowledgeable, caring professionals waiting to provide immediate help.

LINK FOR LOCAL RESOURCES:  Get Assistance Now!