24-Hour Crisis Line

24-hour Crisis Line
580. 234.7644
800.966.7644 Toll Free

If you would like more information about Crisis Center services, a great place to start is the 24-hour Crisis Line. Highly-trained advocates can provide resources, referrals, information regarding the shelter, and answer any questions regarding other Crisis Center services.
People who call the Crisis Line are not just victims of domestic violence looking for shelter. Family, friends or concerned community members call out of fear for the safety of a loved one. Other times, individuals seek a counseling referral for a traumatic life event. Law Enforcement and hospital personnel also call Crisis Center advocates with questions or concerns regarding a victim of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking.

Advocates are trained in the following areas:
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Confidentiality
  • Active Listening techniques
  • Accessing resources needed by victims and their families
  • Safety planning for adults and age appropriate safety planning for children
  • Legal and ethical issues
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Basic child development
  • Parenting and disciplinary techniques
  • Domestic Violence and its effects on children
  • The cycle of Domestic Violence
  • Power and Control tactics of abuse