The unified voice for Texas survivors and service providers

The Texas Council on Family Violence is one of the largest domestic violence coalitions in the country. We promote safe and healthy relationships by supporting service providers, facilitating strategic prevention efforts, and creating opportunities for freedom from family violence. 

TCFV is a membership organization and includes survivors, family violence service providers, business professionals, communities of faith and concerned individuals. There is power in numbers – your support powers our work with Texas and federal lawmakers to maintain essential funding for family violence services and promote laws that assist victims and survivors.

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We offer more than 26 regional and statewide trainings each year, plus a vast library of online resources to support the work of family violence programs and intersecting systems, including civil and criminal justice, child support and welfare, economic and workforce organizations, and healthcare. 

Conferences & Trainings

Members-Only Resources

Resources for Service Providers


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Everyone has a role to play in building a safer Texas. There are many ways you can show your support for family violence victims and survivors, and help create communities free from violence. Join TCFV in our partnership with service providers across the state to build a safer Texas.

Become a Member

Learn About Domestic Violence

Raise Awareness

Donate to TCFV

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At its heart, TCFV is about helping families. We’re committed to helping you find a local family violence program and providing you with resources about family violence. There were more than 185,000 family violence incidences in Texas last year, and help is available: view the resources below or call our TA line at 1-800-525-1978.

Find Family Violence Services

Resources for Survivors

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1 in 3 women in Texas will experience domestic violence in her lifetime. Sign up to learn how you can help build a safer Texas.

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