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Domestic Violence

BCFS Health and Human Services

1127 E Main St, Kerrville, TX 78028

Phone: (830) 896-0993


Our mission is to help local families and at-risk youth and youth aging out of the foster care system to expand their skills and knowledge, strengthen their self-confidence, create healthy community relationships and learn positive self-guidance.

Family Violence Prevention Services 

7911 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209

Phone: (210) 930-3669
Hotline: (210) 733-8810


The mission of Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. is to break the cycle of family violence and to strengthen families by providing the necessary tools for self-sufficiency through the delivery of emergency shelter, transitional housing education, effective parenting and early intervention with adults, children, youth and the elderly.

Hill Country Crisis Council

421 Washington St, Kerrville, TX 78028

Phone: 830-257-7088
Hotline: 888-621-0047


Dedicated to stopping the cycle of violence, sexual assault, and  child abuse through education, intervention, and assistance.

Kendall County Women's Shelter

930 N School St, Boerne, TX 78006

Phone: (830) 331-8950
Hotline: 800-495-8078


The mission of Kendall County Women's Shelter is to provide safe, emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence. We foster a supportive environment where victims and their children can receive the support services they need to start the healing process and build new lives.

K'STAR Youth & Family Services

216 Market Ave, Boerne, TX 78006

Shelter (830) 896-7293
Counseling (830) 896-5404
Hotline (855) 327-8004


K'STAR Emergency Shelter provides nurture and support for displaced children. Through the practice of Trauma-Informed Care, we start the process of healing the abuse, neglect, and trauma suffered in their early years. Our home can house up to twenty youngsters ages birth to seventeen.

Mental Health and Development Disabilities Center – Hill Country (MHDD)
221 Fawn Valley Dr, Boerne, TX 78006
Phone: 830-249-9328

Toll Free: 800-325-8931
Crisis Helpline: 1-877-466-0660
Children & Adolescent Services
Co-Occurring Psychiatric and Substance use Disorder 
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Services
Mental / Behavioral Health
Substance Use Disorder Outpatient Services

Texas Department of Family & Protective Services - Family Based Safety Services (FBSS)

216 Market Ave, Boerne, TX 78006

Phone: 830-249-8779


Provides services and works with families to maintain children in their own homes. Try to help correct problems and avoid having to remove the children to foster homes, utilize other agencies in town, and work closely with schools. Our cases come from referrals of child abuse or neglect called into the Statewide Child Abuse Hot Line (800/252-5400).

Transformation House

916 E Blanco Rd Ste 600, Boerne, TX 78006

Phone: (830) 542-9166


To offer a place of sanctuary and rest for survivors and their children.
To build connections and stability.
To empower women and children to heal and grow in their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health.
To offer abundant hospitality, with love and grace.
To empower our community to give their best.

The Children's Shelter

2939 W Woodlawn Ave, San Antonio, TX 78228

Phone: (210) 212-2500


Healthy, happy kids grow from strong families. We provide training and support for parents/guardians learning to become their best selves, for their sake and for their children.The Harvey E. Najim Hope Center is our mental health clinic, providing free and low-cost counseling and social work services for children and families. Here, we ask not “what’s wrong with you?” but “what has happened to you?”

Mercy Gate Ministries

3170 Junction Hwy, Ingram, TX 78025

Phone: (830) 367-3285


Mercy Gate Ministries is a 501(c)(3) ministry dedicated to demonstrating the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ to those affected by human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Mercy Gate Ministries’ mission is to break the bonds of captivity, impart power over victimization, and provide relational advocacy to help survivors of sexual trauma transition to become healthy contributors to society. We do this through residential and nonresidential programs, education, outreach, and advocacy opportunities.

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