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The Texas Legal Services Center provides legal advice, safety planning, self-representation support, and legal representation to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and abuse, elder abuse, violent crime, stalking, and harrassment. The phone number to call is (844) 303-7233, option 1, or you can contact TLSC online. If you need assistance in a language other than English, an interpreter or native speaker may be available to speak with you.
SAFEline may provide direct legal representation and legal advice for survivors of domestic abuse, child abuse, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. The phone number to call is 1-512-267-7233. You can also text them directly at 1-737-888-7233, or you can chat with SAFE online. Spanish language assistance is also available / También se habla español.
The Texas Advocacy Project offers two free legal hotlines: the Hope Line, which addresses a variety of legal concerns related to domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking, and the Pro-Bono Attorney Line, which is reserved for attorneys seeking legal assistance for pro bono domestic violence cases. These hotlines are staffed by attorneys Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Hope Line is available at (800) 374-4673. The Pro-Bono Attorney Line is available at (800) 374-4674.