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Together We Power A Movement.

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Family Violence Program
Starts at
$1,000/ year

For nonprofit organizations with for MORE THAN five years of serving victims of family violence.

Supporting Family Violence Program
Starts at
$250/ year

For nonprofit organizations that have been in operation for FEWER THAN five years and whose primary focus is serving victims of family violence.

Community Partner
Starts at
$100/ year

For organizations, agencies, and businesses that support the mission, goals, and philosophy of TCFV and are committed to working collaboratively to end family violence.

$35/ year

For individuals who support the mission, goals, and philosophy of TCFV. Domestic violence survivors receive complementary lifetime membership.

Complimentary lifetime memberships are available to domestic violence survivors.

At all categories of membership, TCFV empowers your place in the movement.

Advocacy and Policy Expertise

Become part of a strong, unified voice that develops and enacts legislation supporting survivors.

Funding Assistance and Member Discounts

Save money on leadership and staff development while also receiving exclusive grant funding opportunities.

Training, Resources, and Information Services

Take advantage of customized consultations, tailored program resources, and priority access to support services.

Engagement, Networking, and Recognition

Stay informed and connected through regional events, exclusive publications, and coalition voting privileges.

For a complete list of eligibility, benefits, and annual dues for each membership category, visit our Member Benefits Table.

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What is the difference between an individual and organizational membership?

Anyone who supports the mission, goals, and philosophy of TCFV can instantly become an individual member. Individuals who join will receive a membership account that can only be utilized by that individual member.

Organizational members must meet all eligibility requirements and complete a membership application to be considered. Once membership is approved, the organization will receive a membership account with a designated admin feature that offers account access abilities to all employees of the organization.

All membership accounts will allow members to make payments, update contact information, access the training hub, and retrieve other member benefits.

Who can receive a complementary lifetime survivor membership?

Anyone who is a survivor of intimate partner violence is eligible for a complementary membership. This is considered an individual membership and will receive all the benefits this category offers.

How long does it take to process a membership application?

The short answer is up to three months. Organizational membership applications are reviewed quarterly by the TCFV Membership Committee. Recommendations for membership approval are then submitted to the TCFV Board of Directors for consideration. The board of directors presents final decisions on the second Friday of February, May, August, and November.

How do I know what membership category best fits my organization?

A good rule of thumb is…if your organization is a nonprofit and provides family violence services for more than 50% of your clients, you would be considered for Category I or Category II. If you do not provide direct serves to survivors, are a for profit company or a government agency, your organization would be considered for Category III.


If our organization is ineligible for membership, can we still receive support?

Yes! TCFV offers many resources, publications, and affordable training opportunities to nonmembers. To request a nonmember account, email our Coalition Manager Team. You can also receive support by becoming an individual member and accessing membership benefits through your personal account.

How and when are organizational membership dues assessed?

Organizational membership dues for Category I and II are assessed annually and are based on your organization’s overall family violence program budget. Members receive a yearly renewal pledge form which includes payment schedule options. Membership dues for these categories can be paid annually, biannually, or quarterly.

Organizational membership dues for Category III are accessed annually and are based on your organization’s operating budget.

Need More Info?

For more details about becoming a member or inquiries on your current membership, contact our Membership Manager Bianca Rawlings.

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Our Members

Programs & Partners

A member-focused organization, TCFV is committed to mobilizing people and uniting voices to make an impact for the thousands of Texas victims and their families.

Family Violence Program

Noah Project, Inc.


Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (AVDA)


The Ark Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Shelter


Bay Area Turning Point


The Bridge Over Troubled Waters


Brighter Tomorrows

Grand Prairie

Casa de Misericordia


Center Against Sexual and Family Violence (CASFV)

El Paso

Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties


Crisis Center of Comal County

New Braunfels
Supporting Family Violence Program

Abigail’s Arms – Cooke County Family Crisis Center


Asian Family Support Services of Austin


Cross Timbers Family Services


Deaf Smith County Crisis Center


Dove Project, Inc.

San Saba

Families to Freedom


Family Crisis Center of the Big Bend, Inc.


The Family Peace Project


The Haven Family Shelter of McCulloch County, Inc.


Healing Hearts Center

Community Partner

All About Recovery


Alternative at Emergence Health Network

El Paso

Asians Against Domestic Abuse


BCFS Health & Human Services

Del Rio

Behavioral Adjustment Counseling Center (BACC)


Bexar County Family Justice Center

San Antonio

Burleson County Attorney


The Center for Cognitive Education, LLC