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Information at your fingertips! Access plans, reports, and other resources with our digital library. View publications online or download a copy. Don’t see what you need. You can receive archived copies by submitting a request below.

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Texas State Plan
Texas State Plan
Texas State Plan

Together with advocates, survivors, funders, and our partners in the research community, TCFV offers the 2019 Texas State Plan, titled Creating A Safer Texas. The goal of this plan is to create a detailed inventory of available family violence services in the state, as well as identify gaps in availability of service, and emerging issues with a focus on the self-identified needs of survivors. For more detailed information, visit our Texas State Plan website.

Texas Intimate Partner Fatality Report
Texas Intimate Partner Fatality Report
Texas Intimate Partner Fatality Report

Honoring Texas Victims is a report compiled by TCFV which presents an annual fatality review of victims killed by intimate partners. It pays tribute to Texans who lost their lives by memorializing their story and offers an analysis of data drawn from these tragic loses. In addition to the report, we publish victims’ narratives and fact summaries for women, men, and same-sex partners.

Statewide Compensation Report
Statewide Compensation Report
Statewide Compensation Report

TCFV conducts a biennial statewide compensation report titled Building Longevity in Our Movement for family violence agencies across the state of Texas. This report not only collects salary and benefit information but also highlights fiscal and staffing trends for more than 30 positions. It provides family violence agencies with tools to assess agency-level salaries and a foundation for leadership to discuss financial compensation.

Statewide Program Directory
Statewide Program Directory
Statewide Program Directory

TCFV regularly complies a statewide directory of family violence service providers, Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs, and Community Partners. This directory titled Serving Texas Families contains helpful information including program phone, hotline, website, and counties served. It also highlights family violence programs that provide sexual assault services, administer a 24-hour emergency shelter, or act primarily as a nonresidential center.

Hurricane Harvey Report
Hurricane Harvey Report
Hurricane Harvey Report

During Hurricane Harvey, twenty-eight family violence organizations serving 41 counties were affected by storm. To better understand the issue and how these natural disasters impacted programs and the survivors they serve, TCFV commissioned a research report, Understanding the Impact of Hurricane Harvey on Family Violence Survivors in Texas and Those Who Serve Them. Findings from the data, indicated surmountable short and long-term effects on both programs and survivors.

Domestic Violence Services National Census
Domestic Violence Services National Census
Domestic Violence Services National Census

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) conducts an annual census that captures 24-hours in the life of domestic violence shelters. The figures in the Annual Domestic Violence Counts Report represent the information shared by the participating programs regarding the services they provided during Domestic Violence Counts Day.

National Domestic Violence Hotline Report
National Domestic Violence Hotline Report
National Domestic Violence Hotline Report

Each year, the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH) publishes state and territory-specific data about relationship abuse alongside partners in government and coalition spaces to foster collaboration across the field and best inform future practice and policy. The Hotline also publishes an annual report titled A Year of Impact on the effect and reach of their work as an organization.

National Teen Dating Violence Report
National Teen Dating Violence Report
National Teen Dating Violence Report

As a national resource for disrupting and preventing unhealthy relationships in young people, love is respect publishes an annual state report that outlines data on relationship abuse experienced by youth between the ages of 13 and 26 in Texas.