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Crime Victims Services


The Harris County Precinct 7 Crime Victims Assistance Program


The Harris County Precinct 7 Victims' Services Unit is here to work with victims living  and their families to ensure that all victims receive their rights as guaranteed by the Texas Crime Victims' Compensation Act, (Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Chapter 56).  

We are committed to providing to anyone living in the Greater Houston area:

·         High Quality Services

·         Emergency Assistance

·         Guidance

·         Support

·         Referrals

·         Compassion

·         Understanding


Under the Texas Crime Victims Assistance Act and Regulations, victims injured as a result of certain crimes, immediate family members of an injured or deceased victim and some witnesses may be eligible for financial assistance or benefits, such as:

        Medical and dental care

        Funeral and burial expenses

        Loss of earnings

        Prescription  drug expenses


        Crime scene cleaning

        Loss earning capacity

        Income support

        Transportation or travel expenses

        Vocational services

        Disability aids

        Homemaker, childcare, or personal care

        Home or vehicle modification and related expenses

        Repair or replacement of some damaged or destroyed personal property items

        Protective measures (such as changed locks or home security systems)

        Loss of parental guidance for a minor child



During this emotional and traumatic time of crisis, we know the last thing victims and or family members want to deal with are the financial burdens that have resulted from the crime. We also understand that mentally, one is not ready to handle the tasks of searching for counseling and legal services. Therefore, our staff will provide the following:

·         Referrals to victim support organizations

·         Assistance with the Texas Crime Victims’ Compensation Program

·         Explanation of law enforcement and judicial procedures

·         Prevention, awareness, and education of victimization

·         Crisis Intervention

·         Victim mediator


Help for Victims of Domestic Abuse

Domestic violence can happen to anyone of any race, age, sexual orientation, religion, or gender. It can happen to couples who are married, living together, or who are dating. Domestic violence affects people of all socioeconomic backgrounds and education levels. If you are being abused or have a loved one who is being abused, get help. Do not ignore it. It will not go away. Keep in mind, you are not alone.  The Harris County Precinct 7 Victims Services Unit is dedicated to providing assistance to victims of domestic abuse.


 Ending Violence Against Women

The Harris County Precinct 7 Victims Services Unit is dedicated to making sure that any female that has been victimized gets the help she needs.  Please contact Precinct 7 Victims Services if you or someone you know has been a victim of any of the following:


Dating Violence

Domestic and Intimate Partner Violence

Emotional and Verbal Abuse

Human Trafficking

Sexual Assault and Abuse



*Harris County Precinct 7 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, and age.


Precinct 7 Victims Services Featured on Fox 26 News


Precinct 7 Victims Services on YouTube


For more details regarding Precinct 7's Victims Services Unit, please call 713-643-6773.

  We are here to help!

Informational Links

Texas Crime Victim’s Rights



Victim’s Rights and Resources



Domestic Violence and Abuse - Warning Signs and Symptoms of Abusive Relationships



Identifying Warning Signs of Abusive Relationships – Prevention is Better than Cure



Effect of Domestic Violence on Children and Teenagers



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