COVID-19 + Domestic & Sexual Violence

Crisis Center of West Texas' shelter, Louise Wood Angel House remains open to survivors and their minor children fleeing domestic and sexual violence. All other CCWTX services, including education, counseling, legal services, case management, and reStart classes have been moved online for the safety of our staff and clients.


Help make home safe for more West Texans.

This year, our homes proved to be more important than ever. For victims, though, home isn't always a refuge. As we prepare for Giving Tuesday, we turn to you for help building a safer future for families across West Texas. Your gift helps provide survivors the resources they need for lives free from violence.

Support Our Mission

Crisis Center of West Texas works every day to end domestic and sexual violence in West Texas. Your support helps ensure we never have to turn away a survivor or child who has faced abuse in their life. Donate today to help make West Texas safer for families like yours.

Louise Wood Angel House

Crisis Center of West Texas' emergency shelter, Louise Wood Angel House, opened in April of 2019.
The 16,000 square foot facility offers 61 beds for adult survivors and their minor children. The facility includes a community kitchen, playground, classrooms, playrooms, dining area, laundry rooms, a fitness center, and four rooms with attached kennels for dogs.
It is our goal to provide a safe space for survivors and children to heal and find peace.

Respond - Shelter - Educate

Our mission is to respond, shelter, and educate to end domestic and sexual violence in West Texas. We believe everyone deserves a safe and healthy relationship, and we work every day to make that a reality for men, women, and children in the Permian Basin and beyond.