The Collin County Council on Family Violence strengthens collaborative, professional partnerships and serves as a catalyst for a sustained movement against family violence in Collin County. We are proud of the work our member organizations do to help victims of family violence in Collin County.

To learn more about joining CCCFV visit this page.

CHETNA (Sanskrit for Consciousness, Feeling) is a non-profit agency specializing in holistic services for South Asian victims of domestic violence.

Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County
We provide safety, healing and justice for children victimized by abuse or neglect in Collin County.

Christ Church Plano, Anglican
Helping people grow in the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ and serve the world as Christians

Christ United Methodist Church
Loving God, Serving Others, Transforming Lives

City House
The mission of City House is to provide emergency shelter and transitional residential services to at-risk children and young adults who are in need due to abuse, neglect or homelessness.

Collin College
A student and community-centered institution committed to developing skills, strengthening character, and challenging the intellect.

Collin County District Attorney’s Office
Our mission is to pursue justice and protect our community. Fighting and prosecuting crime in a fearless, just and ethical manner, not only makes our communities safer, it does so in a way that honors our Constitution and our heritage.

Collin County Sheriff’s Office
We, the men and women of the Collin County Sheriff’s Office, believe that our fundamental duty is to serve and protect the citizens of Collin County with fairness, compassion, and respect. We provide equal enforcement and protection of the law without prejudice or favor.

Frisco Police Department
The Frisco Police Department will work together in a spirit that resolves problems, reduces crime and the fear of crime and provides a safe environment for everyone.

Hope’s Door
The New Beginning Center provides education, prevention and intervention programs and services to those affected by domestic violence.

LifePath Systems
A comprehensive system of care for individuals of all ages with mental illnesses, substance abuse, intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or developmental delays. Our mission is to build stronger communities by providing high quality, professional treatment and support to North Texas residents with special needs. We are your neighbors who can provide help and hope.

Lightening Alliance
We are an alliance of community resources working together to help at-risk young adults develop the positive mind-set and life skills needed to avoid homelessness, lack of education, unemployment, incarceration, and the ongoing cycle of poverty.

Mosaic Family Services
Provides shelter, counseling, legal services, and support services to refugees and survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence in 27 languages.

Murphy Police Department
Committed to providing excellence in leadership through innovation and creativity in a dynamic and professional organization; and, to create a safe and secure environment through protection as well as prevention; and, to dedicate ourselves to raising the level of service to meet the needs of today and the challenges of tomorrow through Community Policing.

Plano Police Department
An accredited agency and is the principal law enforcement agency serving the City of Plano, Texas and is located in Collin County.

St. Andrew United Methodist Church
Impacting the world through service and witness with the love of Christ

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
Providing a safe, loving environment for spiritual growth which enables us to reach out in service to the community and to share the love of Christ with the world.

Stronger Than Espresso
Specializes in connecting, encouraging, educating, and training survivors of domestic abuse

Texas Health Plano
Texas Health Resources believes health encompasses the whole person – body, mind and spirit – and that family violence threatens all three of these components. For that reason, Texas Health has made a long-term, sustainable commitment to address family violence and its effect on the health of those in the communities we serve.

Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation
Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation empowers, promotes and supports all women and their families—a mission that ultimately creates stronger communities.

The Family Place
The Family Place empowers victims of family violence by providing safe housing, counseling and skills that create independence while building community engagement and advocating for social change to stop family violence.

The Turning Point
Proving counseling, education, and advocacy for those impacted by sexual violence.

Traffick911 is a team of passionate people driven to free youth from sex trafficking.

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
Since 1924, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas has invested in the most effective local programs that work to create opportunities and change lives forever. We unite donors and volunteers with organizations who are focused on producing real results in the areas of education, financial stability, and health.

Victim Relief Ministries
Mobilizing the faith community to partner with law enforcement agencies, victim service organizations and homeland security to deliver appropriate physical, emotional, and spiritual support to victims of crime, disaster and terrorism.