Domestic Violence Services Program

Linda Chandler
Program Director

SAFETY ALERT: Computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear.
If you are afraid your internet and/or computer usage might be monitored, please use
a safer computer, call your Local Hotline (979)775-5355   (888)45AWAKE (2-9253)
National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

Twin City Mission's Domestic Violence Services Program provides services to victims of domestic violence and dating violence including shelter, counseling, case management, legal advocacy, safety planning and career assistance. All services are provided at no cost.

Phoebe's Home

Victims of domestic violence needing emergency shelter are referred to Phoebe's Home, a component of Twin City Mission's DVS Program. Founded in 1978, Phoebe's Home is a 24-hour emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence. Services are provided at no cost in all seven counties of the Brazos Valley Region: Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Leon, Madison, Robertson and Washington.

In addition to services made available to non-residents, Phoebe's Home provides emergency shelter, nutritional meals, laundry facilities, daily needs (toiletries, clothing), transportation, and recreational activities for its residents.


24-Hour Hotline (979) 775-5355 or Toll Free: (888) 452-9253

Case Management, Legal Advocacy, Individual Counseling, Support Groups, Volunteer Services, General Information

(979) 775-2255

The Domestic Violence Services program supports an active volunteer program. Volunteer opportunities include: assisting with clerical support, child play, organizing/facilitating children's activities, tutoring, education/training for residents, assisting with daily living activities, minor maintenance, grounds keeping and fundraising.

How can you help?



Click here to learn About Volunteering


For more information on volunteering, call or e-mail:

Volunteer Coordinator @ (979)822-7511

The Domestic Violence Services program is an outreach program of Twin City Mission, a non-profit organization, funded by the United Way, Texas Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice Division of the Attorney General, various foundations and local support.