"I just wanted to let you know that what you and the Cross Timbers Family Services staff do without judgment and ridicule is appreciated and I am so thankful that there are people like you in the world. I hope to be able to help women of domestic violence just as you do someday in my future.” A domestic violence survivor
“I have developed a bond with Cross Timbers Family Services that I do not have with others. I truly believe that I would not have made it through all I’ve been through if it wasn’t for you. I thank you for this and I’m sure my babies and family thank you also.” Survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault
“I had to go to court and the counselor from Cross Timbers Family Services came with me…When I got to the courthouse before the trial I was kinda shaky but she talked it out with me and I felt relieved after it was over. I’m glad the crisis center (CTFS) was there for me.” 10 year old girl, incest survivor
“Cross Timbers Family Services has helped me more than I can express. With their support, understanding and prayers they have opened my eyes to the truth, giving me hope, and healing what was broken.” A survivor of childhood abuse
Since 1991, our organization has been helping victims of violent crime with information, referrals, legal advocacy, protection, and more. Our goal is to identify resources that will help you, read what others have said and see that we can and want to help you.
“Cross Timbers Family Services has been great for me. When I first came here as a victim I had many suppressed feelings. I was angry, scared, and felt that no one would possibly understand what I had been through. The counseling I received changed my life. They walked me through step by step, right by my side.” An incest survivor
“At Cross Timbers Family Services I can share my heart and my experiences with women who survived a past like mine. What a Great Blessing.” An incest survivor
“Cross Timbers Family Services helped me realize I was not alone, and I didn’t have to feel alone. They taught that my feelings were natural and that there was a better future ahead. I’m a different person because of CTFS.” A survivor of domestic violence and incest