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About Noah Project


The mission of Noah Project is empowering victims to become survivors, and working to end domestic violence and sexual assault. Noah Project is a center of care for victims of family violence, serving ten counties in West Central Texas. Services are designed to meet the individual needs of each person and include:
  • Shelter
  • Food & Clothing
  • Legal, Medical, and Individual Advocacy
  • Transportation and/or Accompaniment
  • Safety Planning
  • Crisis Counseling
  • Employment Assistance
  • Education Support
  • Referrals
  • Support Groups
  • Personal Advocacy
  • Individual & Group Professional Counseling
  • To provide quality shelter and support services, under the guidelines of Noah Project, to persons who are victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • Community education that raises awareness of the issues and solutions to domestic violence and sexual assault.
  • To be an effective advocate in the effort to strengthen laws and policies concerning domestic violence and sexual assault.
In 1979, a research team distributed a survey to area hospitals, law enforcement agencies, attorneys, and social service organizations. It was discovered that more than 1,000 incidents of family violence were reported in a 6-month period.

To address this problem, Noah Project opened its first shelter; in 1980. In 1985 it moved to 1802 Grape Street where it remained until the completion of the new facility in June of 2012. It is now located at 5802 Texas Avenue. In 1987, Noah Project-North opened in Haskell, Texas.

Currently, Noah Project serves the following ten counties of West Central Texas: Callahan, Eastland, Haskell, Knox, Jones, Shackelford, Stonewall, Stephens, Taylor, and Throckmorton.

Key Staff Members


Executive Director

Dan Cox - 325.676.7107


Administrative Director

Sherri Abee - 325.676.7107


Development Director

Ashlee Bradford - 325.676.7107


Primary Prevention Specialist

Fiona Smith - 325.676.7107


Service Area Outreach

Serving Haskell, Stonewall, Throckmorton, Knox and Jones Counties
Crisis Line - 940.964.2551 or 800.444.3551

Office Location – Haskell County Courthouse

Outreach Service Area

Serving Jones, Shackelford, Stephens, Taylor, Callahan, and Eastland Counties
Crisis Line - 325.676.7107 or 800.444.3551



Board of Directors


Kayla Christianson - Chair
Tonya Doby - Vice-Chair
Tim Dickenson - Past Chair
Teena Tatom - Treasurer
Lara Carlin - Secretary

Janice Browning Phil Christopher Judy Colvin
Delores Cox Gary Decker Dana Endsley
Becky Frost David Green Ryan Holmes
Trudy Jacques Scotty Lindley Kelly McCarty
Lori Owens Luke Palmer Lois Rockefeller
Faye Smith

The links below will allow you to view, download, or print some of our recent annual reports, as well as our most recent IRS Form 990. All the reports are in Adobe PDF format, which requires the free Acrobat Reader for viewing.

IRS 501(c)(3) determination letter

2015 - 2016 Fiscal Year

2016 IRS Form 990