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The BCRC facilitates and supports the successful return of formerly incarcerated individuals to the community by utilizing a person-centered holistic approach that includes an emphasis on education, treatment, mental health, employment, mentorship and housing.
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at Abilene provides a variety of educational programs and conducts research in the School of Nursing, School of Pharmacy and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (Biotechnology and Public Health), all striving to carry out the TTUHSC’s vision to “Transform health care through innovation & collaboration.”
Our Mission is to offer the people in our neighborhood and beyond the practical and spiritual tools necessary to have a fulfilling life and cultivate a relationship with God. Through mentoring programs, outreach, service, and consistent interaction, we hope to encourage people into their destinies and provide hope and identity where it has been lost. We believe in the context of "home," and aim to provide a safe and loving environment to which people always feel welcome to come. We are also equal.
Noah Project is a center of care for victims of family violence, and sexual assault, serving ten counties in West Central Texas. We offer shelter and outreach support services to women, children, men, and unaccompanied youth who are victims of family violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and both stranger and non-stranger sexual assault.
Emerald of the Sea is a faith-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage, empower & educate our community through sexual trauma recovery and prevention.
"Big Country CASA advocates for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the court system through trained community volunteers."