Addressing the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of victims of violent crimes and disasters.

Reaching Out

Crisis Responders are trained, vetted, and credentialed to serve victims, caregivers, and first responders.

With Compassion

We provide crisis intervention services in the first 72 hours to meet victims' immediate safety and practical needs.

As Your Advocate

We coordinate with appropriate agencies to develop a seamless and strategic response plan and ensure you get everything you need.

Are you a direct or indirect victim who feels afraid, helpless, hopeless, isolated, or overwhelmed?  Find the practical, physical, emotional, and spiritual support you need to mitigate the long-lasting effects of devastating and traumatic events.


Types of victimization include:

  • Abuse
  • Adults that were abused/assaulted as children
  • Assault
  • Family Violence
  • Robbery
  • Sexual violence
  • Survivors of Homicide


When the unimaginable strikes, our volunteers are trained to go, to seek, and to serve. Natural disaster leaves communities in need of physical help with finding shelter and picking up the pieces.


Beyond the physical needs, disaster leaves families and individuals in a time of emotional and spiritual crisis as well.


Our volunteers are trained to see each individual and meet them where they are hurting.

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Mailing Address

PO Box 131597

Tyler, TX 75713

Office Address

401 E. Front Street

Suite 138

Tyler, TX 75702

Crisis Response Ministry is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.  All contributions are tax deductible within guidelines of U.S. law.

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