Abuse victims seeking shelter forced to evacuate during winter storm


The ceilings, partitions, and flooring will all want to get replaced earlier than it’s livable once more, however SJRC employees saved everyone secure, heat and fed after relocating them.

SAN ANTONIO — The employees at SJRC Texas was utterly caught off guard when pipes within the overhead sprinkler system at their New Braunfels location started to burst.

SJRC Texas homes sexual and bodily abuse victims.

They say two inches water flooded most of the frequent rooms. All of this taking place inside whereas the winter storm was blowing by the realm on the skin.

“They all packed up and relocated the girls to our Bulverde campus which houses 45 already by itself, with kids with no running water” SJRC Texas CEO Tara Rousett stated.

Rousett says employees on the Bulverde location was already utilizing pool water to flush bogs, boiling snow to wash dishes, and had just one working Crock-Pot to feed over 60 ladies and youngsters.

“We had a superhero staff that took over the cooking and she just made sure everybody was fed and warm. They cuddled together and made sure the babies had formula and milk. They are Texas strong, they persevered, and stuck together and learned what family is all about,” Rousett stated.

Rousett says the ceilings, partitions, and flooring at their New Braunfels location will all want to get replaced earlier than it’s livable once more, however she says thanks to their superb employees performing so shortly and creatively the ladies and youngsters stayed secure as they endured by the storm.

“We’re had emergency evacuation plans in place that we practice all the time and they did it seamlessly. These are truly heroes, the kids and staff that take care of them, it’s amazing,” Rousett stated.



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