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Interview with the Fort Bend Women's Center CEO and Chief Programs Officer

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Today, I had the distinct honor of having the opportunity to interview the CEO of the Fort Bend Women's Center CEO Vita Goodell and the Chief Programs Officer, Josh Brown.

Before we really begin, I hope you take the opportunity to attend the Healing and Hope luncheon at the Houston Marriott in Sugar Land, Texas! It will also be hosted during October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month!

Now let's begin, what is the Fort Bend Women's Center?

The Fort Bend Women's Center is a beacon of Hope for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. More specifically, the Fort Bend Women's Center (FBWC) is a non-profit organization that provides support and services to survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Fort Bend County, Texas. The FBWC has been serving the community for over 40 years, and it is one of the leading providers of domestic violence and sexual assault services in the region.

The FBWC offers a wide range of services to survivors, including:

  • Crisis intervention and support

  • Counseling and therapy

  • Legal advocacy and support

  • Educational programs and workshops

  • Support groups and social events

  • Emergency shelter and housing assistance

  • Job training and placement assistance

  • Childcare assistance

  • Transportation assistance

  • Food and clothing assistance

  • Medical and dental care assistance

  • Financial assistance

The FBWC's services are free and confidential, and they are available to all survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, regardless of gender, race, age, religion, sexual orientation, or identity.

The FBWC's work is important because it provides survivors with the resources and support they need to heal and rebuild their lives. Domestic violence and sexual assault can have a devastating impact on survivors, both physically and emotionally. The FBWC's services help survivors to cope with the trauma they have experienced, to develop safety plans, and to access the resources they need to live safe and independent lives.

The FBWC is committed to providing survivors with the highest quality of care and support. The FBWC's staff are trained professionals who are dedicated to helping survivors heal and thrive.

Why does the Fort Bend Women's Center do what they do?

The FBWC does what they do because they believe that every survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault deserves the chance to heal and thrive. They believe that no one should have to live in fear or abuse, and they are committed to creating a community where all people are safe and respected.

The FBWC is a vital resource for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Fort Bend County. Their services help survivors to heal, to rebuild their lives, and to create a brighter future for themselves and their families.

During the course of the podcast interview we discussed neurofeedback. For more information about neurofeedback please visit: there is also a published neurofeedback article - here

Here is the link to the FBWC website: The Hotline number (281-342-4357) is on the front page, and there’s a chat feature, as well.

Thank you for taking the time to enjoy today's podcast! Remember, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month!

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