24 Hours Hotline : 806-669-1788 | 1-800-658-2796

Road Map To Recovery

Tralee Crisis Center provides important services to all eligible victims of domestic violence, sexual assault (whether by a stranger or non-stranger) and other violent crimes, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, gender preference, sexual orientation, age, disability, political belief, or religion.

  • 24-hour safe shelter
  • Crisis intervention
  • Accompaniment
  • Advocacy
  • Emergency transport
  • Assistance
  • Support

A Place To Go

Tralee Crisis Center offers a “place to go” for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and any violent crime — hurting women, children, and men — with nowhere else to turn.

Tralee Crisis Center offers a “place to go” for law enforcement and social service agencies to refer victims and survivors seeking safety, information, and assistance on numerous levels. Since 1984, Tralee Crisis Center has been the primary source for comprehensive victim services in this area.

Our 24-hour secure, homelike shelter provides a comfortable safe environment for up to 30 victims, usually women with their children seeking refuge from family violence. Victims from throughout our 8-county area call our 24-hour hotline for help with crisis situations. Manned by experienced staff members and trained volunteers, the hotline is often the first step for victims and survivors in their journey toward healing and a better life.

Crisis intervention, accompaniment, and advocacy services are available to victim and survivors on a walk-in basis at the office,310 S. Cuyler, Pampa, TX 79065 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. 24-hour crisis intervention, accompaniment, and advocacy may be accessed through the hotline for adult survivors of a stranger and non-stranger sexual assault.

Advocates are available on a 24-hour basis to accompany victims and survivors to hospitals for sexual assault exams and / or emergency medical treatment. Advocates also accompany victims and survivors to meet with law enforcement, prosecutors, and in legal proceedings. They assist victims and survivors with protective order and crime victim compensation applications. They offer guidance through the legal process. Peer counseling sessions offer participants the tools they need to break the chain of violence in their lives.

Victims and survivors may receive clothing, food, and household goods through community donations. We also work with local social service and faith-based agencies to meet client needs.