Connect to the Movement

Online access to your membership information and benefits

INDIVIDUAL MEMBER

Connect to your individual account. Log in and retrieve access/discount codes, renew your membership, update your contact information, and review your transaction history.

ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBER

Connect to your organizational account. Log in and retrieve access/discount codes, renew your membership, update your contact information, and review your transaction history.

Forgot your login name or password? Click here to recover or reset. Don’t know the email address associated with your account? No worries! Simply contact Membership Manager Leigh Ann Montague and she can provide you with that information.

Take Advantage Of Your Membership

Benefits listed below are not available across all categories of membership. For a detailed list of benefits for category I, II, III, or IV members, visit the Membership Matters web page.

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

Need technical assistance? Our staff are experts in the field of domestic violence and are here to help members and survivors in any way we can. Call us at 800.525.1978 or select “request assistance” below.

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EDUCATION

Discounted and complimentary continuing education units (CEUs) are available to our members and their staff. These CEUs are offered through online webinars, regional meetings, and annual conferences.

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ADVOCATE SUPPORT

Program advocates are provided with in-depth tutorials, support, and guidance through our advocacy series entitled One In The Movement. This series includes in-person workshops, and online webinars, along with ongoing technical assistance.

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CUSTOM TRAININGS

Require specialized training? Members receive one-on-one customized consultations including access to live and prerecorded webinars geared to professional growth in the family violence field.

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MEDIATION

In 2017, the Texas Legislature passed legislation mandating a minimum of four hours of domestic violence training for child custody mediators. As a member, you have access to our certified online training and Child Custody Mediators Toolkit.

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LANGUAGE LINE

Take advantage of the Language Line, a telephonic language interpretation service provider. Not only is the set-up fee waived, but members also receive lower rates through our group contract.

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REGIONAL MEETINGS

Connect with a network of advocates at TCFV Regional Meetings held annually in all 9 regions. Meetings routinely consist of either a guest speaker, customized training, or continuing education unit with complimentary lunch.

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JOB BOARD

Looking for employees with a passion for the movement? Organizational members have posting privileges on the TCFV Job Board. When submitting available positions, please include location, application instructions, and job closing date.

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LEADERSHIP SUPPORT

Executive directors of family violence programs are provided with a comprehensive leadership development series entitled Directing the Work. This series includes custom consultations, training resources, webinars, and an annual conference.

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FINANCIAL CONSULTS

Navigating the waters of finance can be tricky! We offer free on-site financial consultations as well as host an annual finance conference to assist member agency staff with non-profit funding and financial management.

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FUNDING ASSISTANCE

Get on the inside track for grant-funded project opportunities in addition to individualized advocacy with funders. We provide members with grant announcements and updates that may be crucial to member program funding.

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INSURANCE

We offer exclusive insurance resources to our members. These include group rates on vision and dental coverage. For questions regarding plan options, contact with RJP/USI at 800.618.2600 and remember to reference your TCFV membership.

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P.O. Box 163865 Austin, TX 78716

Phone | 512.794.1133

Fax | 512.685.6397

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