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What We Do The Crime Victims' Compensation Program reimburses out-of-pocket expenses to victims of violent crime and their families. The Crime Victims' Compensation Fund can help eligible victims pay for medical and counseling bills incurred because of the crime and can help families cover the cost of the funeral for a loved one who has been killed.
Our Mission Crisis Center of the Plains works to reduce the effects of family violence and sexual assault by providing new beginnings for victims through support, advocacy and education Services Provided Services are FREE of charge and confidential and include the following:
The Dallas Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service serves Dallas and its surrounding areas. If you would like help to find the right lawyer to hire for your case, you can contact the Dallas Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service. Please click the link for more information. 
On the 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of each month, The Dallas Bar Association sponsors LegalLine, an anonymous telephone hotline, where volunteer attorneys will answer your legal questions for FREE by answering phone calls from 5:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Please click the link for more details. 
The DCDRC is a public service, not a private sector mediation practice. The DCDRC was established to address an unmet need for the citizens/residents of Dallas County. This in-house program is offered as a service to the public and in no way competes in the private market. Please click this link for more information. 
The Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program is an organization dedicated to increasing and enhancing pro bono legal services to the poor in Dallas through the recruitment, training, and support of volunteer attorneys. They host free legal clinics and provide legal hotlines to help. Please click the link for more information on how this program may be able to help you. 
The Denton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (DCAP) is a non-profit organization that supports the community by offering low cost mediations to resolve disputes. The ADR Program provided by DCAP offers a range of mediation services. Please click the link for more informaiton on this service.
Diocesan Migrant & Refugee Services, Inc. (DMRS) is the largest provider of free and low cost immigration legal services in West Texas and New Mexico.  This organization provides a comprehensive range of immigration legal services including representation in family-based immigration matters, Citizenship/Naturalization matters, matters related to benefits for survivors of domestic violence and other crimes, removal proceedings before the Immigration Courts, refugee resettlement services, and services for adults and unaccompanied immigrant children detained in the local immigration detention centers and shelters. Please click the link for more information on how this organization may be able to help.
Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) is the federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A) for people with disabilities in Texas. Their mission is to help people with disabilities understand and exercise their rights under the law, ensuring their full and equal participation in society. Please click the link to find out more about how they can help you. 
Dispute Resolution Services of North Texas Inc. is a not-for-profit organization of professional volunteer mediators who provide affordable mediation services and teach mediation and dispute and conflict resolution, an effective alternative to litigation. DRS serves Tarrant County and surrounding communities. Please click the link for more information. 
This organization may be able to provide mediation to help you solve your problems with other side before going to court.Please click this link for more details 
The Earl Carl Institute for Legal and Social Policy Inc. started the Opal Lee Property Preservation Project in the Fall of 2007 to provide legal services to low-income Texans. The project's focus is to help economically disadvantaged communities retain and grow wealth through prevention of land loss as a result of failure to plan estates, foreclosures, clouds on title to property/land, and general inheritance issues. Please click the link to find out how they may be able to help you. 
The ECI Juvenile Justice Project is available to affected students without regard to household income.  The program provides legal services to juveniles involved in the juvenile justice system, disparate educational disciplinary systems, the mental health system or foster care system with a particular focus on homeless children. Please click the link for information on how this program may be able to help you.
If you are in need of an attorney in the El Paso County area and don’t know where to turn, start with the Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS). Please click the link for more information on this service. 
The El Paso County Dispute Resolution Center is a project of El Paso County and the Rio Grande Council of Governments.  The Center provides an alternative in settling disputes through the process of mediation.  Mediation is less expensive, less time consuming, and can resolve a dispute so that each party benefits from the session. Please click the link for more information on this service. 
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is responsible for enforcing federal laws that make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person's race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. Please click the link to find out how to make a charge of discrimination in employment and how the EEOC may be able to help you. 
As a part of the Equal Justice Center's mission of empowering working families to obtain fair treatment in the workplace and in our shared society, the EJC provides legal assistance to undocumented students and graduates applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). Please click the link for more information on this program
The Equal Justice Center ("EJC") has offices in Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio and provides legal help and advocacy throughout the State of Texas.  The EJC fights to ensure that all workers can enforce their basic rights in the workplace, and works to empower working families in Texas to achieve fair treatment in the justice system. Please click the link for more information on how this organization may be able to help you. 
Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. (FVPS) has been helping victims of domestic violence in San Antonio since 1977. FVPS began as an emergency shelter for women and children and we now offer a complete array of shelter, transitional housing, counseling, children’s, and legal services to help individuals and families recover from the pain and long-term effects of domestic violence.Please click the link to find out more about how they may be able to help you. 
FEMA’s mission is to support ... citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from and mitigate all hazards.