Family Crisis Center of the Big Bend, Inc.
606 N. 5th St.
P.O. Box 1470
Alpine, TX  79831
Office  (432) 837-7254
FAX  (432) 837-1303
E-Mail:  fccbb@sbcglobal.net

24 Hour Crisis Hotline
1 (800) 834-0654

This Hotline is anonymous and confidential. 
You do not need to be in crisis to call - many people call just to talk or find information about our services.
Welcome to the Family Crisis Center of the Big Bend, Inc. (FCCBB).  We are a non-profit corporation which exists to give support and counseling to families in crisis.  Services are provided to survivors of family violence, sexual assault and violent crime.  Our purpose is to eliminate family violence and sexual assault through community education, advocacy for survivors of violence and crisis intervention services.

All services provided by FCCBB are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL.

Our service area covers 20,000 square miles encompassing the counties of Brewster, Jeff Davis, Pecos, Presidio and Terrell.  We are the only agency of our kind between El Paso, Eagle Pass and Odessa/Midland.

Our main office is in Alpine, Brewster County, where there is also a shelter house.  Another office and satellite shelter is in Presidio, Presidio County. In Terlingua, south Brewster County, we maintain a non-residential full service office.

Please Donate to the Family Crisis Center of the Big Bend.

Money raised goes into the community to provide assistance to families in crisis.

If you would like to support the worthy mission of the Crisis Center, call or write Sara Stropoli, Executive Director at the Family Crisis Center of the Big Bend.
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Family Crisis Center of the Big Bend, Inc.
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24 Hour Hotline:  1 (800) 834-0654
Dr. Doug, representing the Chili Appreciation Society presents a donation to Mike Drinkhard with the Family Crisis Center in Terlingua.