What is Project Rev?
Project REV is a federal grant-funded program that provides resources for victims of the following crimes: dating or domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. Although NCTC is one of the safest college campuses, it is important for students to be informed about these issues, which college-age women are at a disproportionally high risk of facing.
What services does Project Rev offers?
Project REV [Resources for Ending Violence] is expanding! Project REV will now provide services to Texas Woman’s University and North Central Texas College. Services include: Counseling Services, Prevention Strategies (education and awareness), Advocacy (assistance with issues such as housing, academics, Crime Victims Compensation, Protective Orders and more) North Central Texas College has added Project REV as a resource for students, faculty and staff who have been affected by violence. We work with Community Partners, Abigail’s Arms (serving Cooke & Montague County) and Friends of the Family (serving Denton County) to help provide services to NCTC students, faculty and staff.
How do I contact Project Rev?
If you or anyone you know has been affected by domestic or dating violence, sexual assault or stalking, please contact:
Project REV - Project REV Coordinator
Amy Mitchell, firstname.lastname@example.org
Project REV - Counselor (Abigail’s Arms, Cooke & Montague County):
Kelly Fiore-Watson, email@example.com
Project REV - Counselor (Friends of the Family, Denton County):
Kathy Eubanks, firstname.lastname@example.org
(940)387-5131 ext. 261
You may also call a 24-hour crisis hotline maintained by our community partners:
Abigail’s Arms (Cooke & Montague County):
Friends of the Family (Denton County):
Students, Faculty and Staff located in Young County please contact Project REV for a local resource.
Disclaimer: This project is supported by grant #2011-WA-AX-0022 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, Office of Justice Programs, U. S. Department of Justice. Points of view in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.