Muslim Women for All Women

Family Violence Hotline: 972.880.4192
Office: 469.467.6241

Family Violence


24-Hour Emergency Hotline
(972) 880-4192

One in four women will experience family violence in her lifetime. It is a problem that is widespread in every ethnic, religious, cultural and socio-economic group. Abuse is never the victim’s fault. Nobody deserves to be beaten, raped, controlled, put down or isolated. Everyone has the right to live free of fear and to be safe.

Our programs are designed to promote peace in the home and community through a comprehensive strategy of prevention and intervention. We welcome individuals of all backgrounds, plus have a special ability to understand and address the needs of Muslim victims whose needs are not addressed in mainstream shelters and services. All services are confidential and free of charge.

Family Violence Shelter & Services

Texas Muslim Women’s Foundation offers a full continuum of services to serve and support victims of family violence and their families from all backgrounds, with a special ability to understand and address the needs of the Muslim population. Our 24-Hour Family Violence Hotline (972-880-4192) and Peaceful Oasis Emergency Shelter provide women in crisis safe places to seek help and refuge. Our caseworkers then work alongside each family to develop a plan for their long-term safety and self-sufficiency. 

24-Hour Crisis Hotline

Get help today by calling (972) 880-4192. We answer calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All calls are strictly confidential.

Peaceful Oasis Shelter

Established in 2012, this shelter is the first and only family violence shelter in Texas addressing the specific language, faith, diet, social and legal needs of Muslim women. With a diverse staff speaking more than 14 languages, the shelter is housed at an undisclosed location and welcomes women of Muslim and non-Muslim backgrounds.


  • Training for Muslim religious leaders on the dynamics of family violence
  • Leading North Texas religious leaders have signed a Zero Tolerance Pledge against domestic violence
  • Annual Peaceful Families Family Violence Awareness campaign at North Texas mosques, held each year during Ramadan
  • Referrals to Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (BIPP), including the Shepherd Group, a non-violence initiative by Addicare for Muslim men engaging Muslim communities in addressing violence against women.

Intervention Services

  • Safety plan development
  • Case management and referrals
  • Informational and resource referral in person or by phone
  • Peaceful Oasis Emergency Shelter
  • Transitional housing
  • Short-term financial assistance
  • Legal service consultation, referral and coordination (immigration and family law)
  • Victim advocacy and court accompaniment
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Individual and group counseling for women and adolescents
  • Play therapy and sand tray therapy for children and adolescents
  • Parenting education and Filial therapy for parents and caregivers

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