Amberton University does not have on-campus housing and as a commuter campus with online options, students spend a limited time on campus. Amberton University does provide preventive programs in the form of making this policy and procedures available to all students and employees. There are also programs and resources available to students and employees on the topics of sexual harassment, rape, acquaintance rape, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking.
Community resources in the Dallas and Collin County areas include, but are not limited to:
Baylor Scott and White Medical Center – Dallas
3500 Gaston Avenue
Dallas, TX 75246
Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Plano
4700 Alliance Blvd.
Plano, TX 75093
Medical City – Dallas
7777 Forest Lane
Dallas, TX 75230
Methodist Richardson Medical Center
2831 President George Bush Hwy
Richardson, TX 75082
Parkland Health & Hospital System
5200 Harry Hines
Dallas, TX 75235
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas
8200 Walnut Hill Lane
Dallas, TX 75231
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano
6200 West Parker Road
Plano, TX 75093
Counseling and Shelters:
Genesis Women’s Shelter & Counseling Office
4411 Lemmon Avenue, Suite 201
Dallas, TX 75219
24-hour emergency shelter only for abused women and children fleeing domestic violence
24-hour hotline: 214-946-4357
The Family Place
24-hour Crisis Hotline: 214-941-1991
Provides these amenities:
Emergency Shelter: provides family violence victims with safety, food, clothing, transportation, legal services, counseling, and case management services at 100-bed Safe Campus.
Transitional Housing, Child Development Center, Safe Campus Learning Center, Community-based Counseling, Children’s Counseling, Incest Recovery Program, Supervised Child Visitation, Battering Intervention and Prevention Program, Legal Services, Resale Shop
Crisis Line: 972-422-SAFE (7233)
Counseling and intervention services: 972-422-2911
Hope’s Door is an organization in Collin County specializing in comprehensive intervention and prevention services for all members of a family affected by domestic violence – from victim to abuser. Hope’s Door was established in 1986 as a crisis hotline. Clients were housed in local hotels until the opening of a 21-bed emergency shelter in 1989. Since then, services have expanded to include transitional housing, counseling for adults and children, legal advocacy and services for abusers.
New Beginning Center
Crisis Line: 972- 276-0057
Office and Administration: 972-276-0423
New Beginning Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides counseling and outreach services to victims of domestic violence. We are the only designated domestic violence agency in the northeast sector of Dallas County, offering a full complement of programs, including a shelter, intervention services, educational programs, Battering and Intervention Prevention Program, transitional housing, a 24-hour hotline and community outreach programs.
Emily’s Place seeks to break the cycle of domestic violence for women and their children by providing “transformational” living with emphasis on emotional healing and life-skills training to ensure a successful, self-sustaining future. Emily’s Place is not a shelter, which typically allows women to stay for 30-90 days. Rather, it is a “transformational” housing ministry based on a 24-month stay commitment, which promotes stability and wise choices. The transformational program includes counseling, addiction recovery, vocational assistance, life skills development and spiritual nurturing—all within a structured environment of 24/7 live-in staff who are dedicated to offering the support and accountability needed to transition from a difficult past into a bright future. Emily’s Place currently operates two homes located in Plano and Allen.