our history:

• In 1994, former Chief of Police Cecil Funderburgh and concerned citizens met believing that there was a need for an organization to assist Law Enforcement and Hospital Personnel with victims of violent crimes.

• In 1996, Eastland County Crisis Center opened its doors for the first time.


• In 2009, The Eastland County Children’s Advocacy Program opened to provide additional services specifically designed for abused and neglected children and their non-offending family members.

Who We Help:

We  provide services to both primary (actual victim) and secondary (affected friends/family of victim)  victims of domestic/family violence and sexual assault, without regard to income; whether the individual contributes, donates or pays for these services; their racial, cultural, religious background; sexual orientation; gender; gender identity; religion; national origin; age; or disability.


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Contact us


ECCC 24/7 CRISIS HOTLINE: 254.629.3223 (TTY#)/ 888.686.3222 (TTY#/Toll Free)

OUr Staff:

Executive Director 

Program Director (CAC)
Finance Manager

Bilingual Advocate (CVAC)

Counselor 

Community Investment Director
​Family Advocate (CAC) 

Prevention Educator

Program Specialist (CAC)

Staff Attorney

Victim Advocate (CVAC)​


To Contact a Staff Member, please call: CVAC: 254.629.3223
CAC: 254.629.8229
Toll Free: 888.686.3222 

Or email us through our Contact Us Page

About the Eastland County Crisis Center, Inc.

The Eastland County Crisis Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit agency offering crisis counseling, advocacy, and accompaniment services to victims and survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Eastland County. ​ All services are provided by licensed professionals and/or state certified staff and volunteers

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