​​Crime Victims' Compensation
Attorney General's Office
1-800-983-9933
www.oag.state.tx.us


CVC Application - English  
CVC Brochure - English  
CVC Aplicacion en Espanol  
CVC Folleto en Espanol  

VINE – Victim Information and Notification Everyday
1-877-894-8463


Texas Association Against Sexual Assault
1-800-656-HOPE
www.taasa.org

State and National Resources

Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office
Victim Assistance Division 
(936) 538-7800

Montgomery County Women’s Center 
(936) 441-4044
24 Hour Crisis Hotline (936) 441-7273
www.mcwcthewoodlands.org 

Lone Star Legal Aid 
(936) 539-2130
1-888- 595-8969
www.lonestarlegal.org

Helping victims

Victim Witness Division

Our Victim Witness Division offers specialized assistance to crime victims of misdemeanor and felony offenses throughout the court process. Coordinators provide information, resources and referrals to appropriate service agencies in our community to assist crime victims during the aftermath of the crime. 


The Code of Criminal Procedure, Chapter 56 designates specific rights for victims of crime. Our Victim Assistance Division is devoted in the fight to honor those rights. 


As Victim Assistance Coordinators, we are in partnership with the prosecution team. We educate the victims about the judicial process and procedures which include courtroom accompaniment, case status, court proceedings, and assist victims in preparing for trial.  We consider it not a duty, but a privilege to assist victims of crime. It is their rights we hold dear and carry as a sword to ensure victims are heard. 


To contact a Victim Assistance Coordinator, please call the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office at 936-539-7800.  



Crisis Assistance Center 
(936) 539-1096          Appointment Line (936) 539-9211
www.cac-mctx.org 

The Salvation Army 
Conroe - Corps Community Center
Phone: (936) 760-2440
www.salvationarmyhouston.org/Conroe 

Conroe Connection
City of Conroe Transit Department 
(936) 229-3286
www.cityofconroe.org/departments/transit 
Route Map and Brochure for Passengers

936-539-7800
Mon – Fri 8am - 5pm
Sat & Sun Closed

ChACO, the DA Dog:

Helping Victims Find Their Words

​Chaco is specially trained, along with his partner Jane Viada, who is a criminal justice professional Victim’s Assistance Coordinator with the DA’s office. Chaco has a very important jobs as Courthouse Facility dogs. He comforts victims as they enter the criminal justice system.  He also attends court dockets, participates in victim interviews, and if needed, will accompany victims, especially children, when they testify in court. When Jane interviews children about abuse and other crimes, Chaco is right there providing unconditional acceptance and love. The criminal justice process is obviously a frightening, stressful time for a child. Having a soft, sympathetic, calming presence comforts the children throughout the process. The children can have Chaco sit with them during the trial and can hold onto the his leash when they are on the witness stand. We have found that with Chaco, our victims feel more comfortable talking about the abuse that has been perpetrated against them.



                      Local Resources

VINE English Brochure  
VINE Folleto en Espanol  


Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Victim Services Division
1-800-848-4284
www.tdcj.state.tx.us

National Domestic Violence Hotline
1-888-799-7233
TTY for the Deaf: 1-800-787-3224

Information for Victims of Domestic Violence 

MADD – Mothers Against Drunk Driving
1-800-777-6233