Our mission is to help at-risk young adults and foster youth transition into independent adulthood and self-sufficiency and provide a safe place for youth to access community resources.
Services to At Risk Youth (STAR) program
STAR aims to reduce family conflict and prevent delinquent behaviors, runaways, truancy and child abuse by helping youths and their families learn to resolve crises and develop coping and parenting skills.
Services include free counseling in a home or office setting, crisis intervention, training for parents and youth, and emergency residential placements. STAR serves youth 17 years or younger and their families in Val Verde County.
Domestic Violence Del Rio (DVDR) program
DVDR provides safety, support and resources to victims of domestic violence. DVDR promotes violence-free relationships and community awareness through collaboration, public information, education and advocacy.
Services provided to victims include face-to-face support, legal assistance, referrals to access community resources, emergency medical care, and safety planning. DVDR’s community outreach involves classroom instruction on healthy relationships, collaboration with law enforcement, self-defense education, and the establishment of “Safe Homes” in the community.
BCFS Health and Human Services-Del Rio
712 E Gibbs Street, Suite 200
Del Rio, Texas 78840