Counseling services at HCWC are provided by professional, licensed clinicians, peer counselors, and masters-level interns. All services are free and offered in both English and Spanish. We serve male and female victims of abuse, and welcome individuals regardless of gender identity or expression.
Below are the types of counseling services offered by HCWC. If you would like to learn more about our counseling services, please call (512) 396-3404 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or call our 24-hour HELPline at 512-396-HELP(4357) or 1-800-700-HCWC(4292).
In case of emergency, please call 911.
INTIMATE PARTNER ABUSE
- We provide individual counseling for those who have experienced recent domestic violence or dating violence
- We have a domestic violence class for people to learn more about the cycle of violence and its effects
- We have support groups in English and Spanish for those who have experienced domestic violence
We provide counseling to:
- Individuals who have experienced a recent sexual assault
- Individuals who experienced sexual abuse during childhood
- Partners and family members (also called secondary survivors) of those who have been sexually assaulted or sexually abused as children
We offer support groups for those who experienced sexual abuse in childhood or a recent sexual assault.
- Individual counseling and play therapy is available for children who have witnessed domestic violence
- We provide support groups and group therapy for children who have witnessed domestic violence
Children who are victims of sexual abuse will likely receive services at a Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC). Our CAC is called Roxanne’s House. Law enforcement and CPS refers cases of abuse to Roxanne’s House, where children age 17 and under will receive services and counseling. You can read more about Roxanne’s House here.