Dallas Crime Victims we welcome you to our website. This site was created to provide information and resources to you, the victim. We care about you, and hope to share resources that can help support your healing.


If you are a professional in an organization supporting victims of crime, please join us for our next Brown Bag Lunch & Networking Meeting:

TBD: August 2014

Location: TBD 


Upcoming Events to Attend & Support:

Housing for Individuals with HIV/AIDS

July 25, 9a-12p, RSVP needed by July 10th 

Resource Center Dallas, 2701 Reagan St. Dallas 75219 

RSVP to Aretha Beckett, 214-520-6308 ext. 340 or aretha@legacycounseling.org

Workshop will cover the importance of prevention of HIV/AIDS and housing resources available to those living with HIV/AIDS


Crime Victims Compensation Training for Professionals

Thursday, Aug. 7 from 8:30-12:30

at Irving Family Advocacy Center, 600 West Pioneer Dr., Irving, TX 75061

Register is required through Diana Gansle via email to Diana.gansle@texasattorneygeneral.gov

Upon completion of this workshop individuals will be certified to submit CVC applications through the PE process.  


4th Annual Dancing for Charity Gala Benefitting ARISE International

Date: Saturday, August 23, 2014 
Time: 7:30PM - 11:00PM
Location: DeSoto Civic Center
(BlueBonnet Ballroom)
211 E. Pleasant Run Rd 
DeSoto, TX  75115
 Please join us for our signature fundraising event which includes a night of dinner, entertainment, dancing and our awards ceremony. Seating is limited.  Guests are highly recommended to register in advance by online registration. 









Top ( l-r): Pat Keaton, DPD; Debbie Wayne, Victim Advocate; Connie Barron-Wilson, ATF; Claudia Arneck, Dallas Co. DA Office,
Seated: Ashley Johnson, Carrollton PD; Akisha Simon, Carrollton PD; Brenda Lane-McAfee, Victim Relief Ministries
Getting ready for the "Boogie the Night Away" big fund raiser event, Saturday, March 29th 2014 at Cliff Temple Baptist Church.


"Everyday a half dozen Americans die at the hands of someone they love.  Most of them are women.  Many are parents."


View this 'Deadly Affection' 4-part series presented by the Dallas Morning News and join us in trying to make sense of the unfathomable: http://res.dallasnews.com/interactives/2014_deadlyaffection/part4/



If you or someone you know is a victim of crime, please know that you are not alone.  We are a council of victim advocates ready to support you and your family in finding healing and justice.  Please review our community's resources and reach out to receive the assistance you need by clicking HERE.