Services Providers Center
TCFV educates and trains victim advocates, criminal justice personnel, health care providers, faith communities, businesses, advocacy organizations, service providers and allied professionals in communities throughout Texas and the nation. In addition to our regional and statewide trainings, TCFV offers a vast library of resources on diverse topics to aid service providers.
Serving Texas Families Service Directory – find family violence services and BIPP providers
Teaching to Transform – this searchable database for violence prevention curricula allows you to search by subject, audience, media and cost.
Texas State Plan – read the core guidance document for serving Texas survivors
- Cover Letter to Certifying Agencies for Waivers of Deposit
- Waiver of Electric and Telephone Service Deposit Letter for Victim of Family Violence (English)
- Waiver of Electric and Telephone Service Deposit Letter for Victim of Family Violence (Spanish)
- Waiver of Gas Service Deposit (English)
- Waiver of Gas Service Deposit (Spanish)
For more information about these and other forms visit the Public Utility Commission of Texas.
Join a Listserv
- African American Caucus – members-only
- Civil Family Violence Attorneys
- CPS-DV Liaison
- Economic Advocates
- Executive Directors – members-only
- Funded BIPPs
- Independent BIPPs
- Legal Advocacy Network – members-only
- Men’s Nonviolence Project
- One in the Movement – members-only
- Prevention Managers
- Program Directors – members-only
- Texas Asian American & Pacific Islanders
- Texas Data Connection
Category 1 & 2 Members-Only Resources – Sign in to your organizational account to access exclusive Members-only Resources.
Technical Assistance Line – Need more help? Call our TA line at 1-800-525-1978. We offer TA on a comprehensive list of topics related to intimate partner violence response and prevention. During regular business hours, 9 am to 5 pm, individuals and programs are welcome to call us for support, research, problem solving, training, and resources.
Get Child Support Safely – Parents may apply to receive child support through the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) or a survivor may request child support through a protective order.