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Find your place in the movement by becoming a TCFV member.

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Support the Cause

Your support helps us build a safer Texas.

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

Advocacy and Policy Expertise

Be part of a strong, unified voice before state and federal legislatures. Develop and enact legislation supporting victims and survivors.

Member Discounts and Information Services

Be part of a strong, unified voice before state and federal legislatures. Develop and enact legislation supporting victims and survivors.

Engagement, Networking, and Recognition

Get tailored regional training meetings and networking events, subscriptions to exclusive TCFV publications, and a TCFV member decal.

See our Member Benefits Table for a complete list of benefits and requirements for each level.

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Benefits & Perks

We Value Our Team

On top of a generous and competitive benefits package and 401K, TCFV offers benefits and perks to keep team members feeling valued and doing their best work.

Paid time off package

100% paid medical insurance for full-time team members

Dental and vision insurance

Employee assistance program

Flexible work hours

Employee assistance program

RESEARCH RESULTS

Research has consistently shown that only 10-25% of survivors of family violence will ever access services.*

*Langton, L., & Truman, J. L. (2014). Socio-emotional impact of violent crime. US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics.

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Why We Do What We Do

71K+

Texas family violence programs have served over 71,000 Texas victims & families.

1.5M

Texans received 1.7 million services from family violence centers.

127

TCFV stands together with 127 programs and partners working to end family violence.

“This is one of the best conferences I’ve been to. Each session was meaningful and provided both inspiration and actual tools to re-energize me.”

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Commonly Asked Questions

How long can I be a level II member?

Category II programs that primarily serve victims of family violence and their children (51 percent of clients or more), must have been in operation for fewer than five years, and may only hold Category II membership for three years before applying for Category I membership.

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Category II programs that primarily serve victims of family violence and their children (51 percent of clients or more), must have been in operation for fewer than five years, and may only hold Category II membership for three years before applying for Category I membership.

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Category II programs that primarily serve victims of family violence and their children (51 percent of clients or more), must have been in operation for fewer than five years, and may only hold Category II membership for three years before applying for Category I membership.

Still have Questions?

For questions about your current membership or becoming a member, contact Leigh Ann Montague.

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How long can I be a level II member?

Category II programs that primarily serve victims of family violence and their children (51 percent of clients or more), must have been in operation for fewer than five years, and may only hold Category II membership for three years before applying for Category I membership.

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Category II programs that primarily serve victims of family violence and their children (51 percent of clients or more), must have been in operation for fewer than five years, and may only hold Category II membership for three years before applying for Category I membership.

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Category II programs that primarily serve victims of family violence and their children (51 percent of clients or more), must have been in operation for fewer than five years, and may only hold Category II membership for three years before applying for Category I membership.

Empowering Advocates

“When you hear others talking about what they have gone through and you have gone through the same thing and they were able to get through it… I can too.”

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Technical Assistance
800.525.1978

Our staff are experts in the field of domestic violence and are here to help members and survivors in any way we can.

Request Assistance
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.

Available CEUs
CALL & TEXT REPORT

Help When You Need It

In 2018, the National Domestic Violence Hotline received 321,572 calls and 14,085 texts.*

2017 Fatalities Map
  • 2011
    102
  • 2012
    114
  • 2013
    119
  • 2014
    132
  • 2015
    158
  • 2016
    146
  • 2017
    136

93

of contacts reported emotional abuse

71

of contacts reported physical abuse

94

of contacts reported emotional abuse

45

of contacts reported physical abuse

* Assembled from reports from The Hotline and Love Is Respect.

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CURRENT MEMBERS

Connecting Passionate Programs & Partners

TCFV stands together with 127 programs and partners working to end family violence.

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Squirt For Dessert
Starts at
$1,000/ year

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

Supporting Family Violence Program
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Community Partner
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Individual
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Complementary lifetime memberships are available to domestic violence survivors.

Early Bird
TCFV & TAASA Members
$90
Available through January 15, 2021
Early Bird
Non-Members
$110
Available through January 15, 2021
Regular
TCFV & TAASA Members
$130
Starting January 16, 2021
Regular
Non-Members
$150
Starting January 16, 2021
Refunds & Cancellations

Cancellations received by January 22, 2021 will receive a refund, minus a 25% processing fee. Cancellations received after this date are non-refundable.

Questions

Please email the ED Conference tech team at edconference@tcfv.org.

Popular Benefits

Benefits listed below are not available across all levels of membership. See our Membership Benefits Table for more details on each level’s benefits.

A member-focused organization, TCFV is committed to mobilizing people and megaphoning voices to make an impact for Texas’ thousands of victims and their families. We are one of the largest domestic violence coalitions in the nation, strengthened by a membership of more than 1,000 family violence service providers, businesses and business professionals, communities of faith, concerned citizens, and family violence survivors.

research results

Research has consistently shown that only 10-25% of survivors of family violence will ever access services.*

*Langton, L., & Truman, J. L. (2014). Socio-emotional impact of violent crime. US Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics.

Read the Texas State Plan

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Culture

Service-Minded and Mission-Driven

TCFV is a fast-paced and fun work environment in the Texas capital. Depending on your role, you may travel extensively or stay in the office to support ongoing projects and operation needs. Our staff stays connected by sharing successes at regular meetings and fostering camaraderie by lunching together frequently.

OPEN POSITIONS

We’re Hiring!

Don’t see your role? Send us your resume here

Survivor Resources

Domestic violence impacts people across ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.

What to Expect

It can be scary to reach out for help, especially when you don’t know what to expect. All service providers and programs vary in practice and policy, but here’s what you can generally expect.

When you call
When you go to a shelter

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Safety Planning

It can be scary to reach out for help, especially when you don’t know what to expect. All service providers and programs vary in practice and policy, but here’s what you can generally expect.

When you call
When you go to a shelter

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When you call
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Offender Resources

Domestic violence impacts people across ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status.

Are you Abusing?

It can be scary to reach out for help, especially when you don’t know what to expect. All service providers and programs vary in practice and policy, but here’s what you can generally expect.

When you call

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When you go to a shelter

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It can be scary to reach out for help, especially when you don’t know what to expect. All service providers and programs vary in practice and policy, but here’s what you can generally expect.

When you call

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Resource Links

One in the Movement – Prevention Chapter

One in the Movement is a TCFV publication designed specifically for those who are new to domestic violence work. Check out the chapter dedicated to prevention

One in the Movement – Prevention Chapter

One in the Movement is a TCFV publication designed specifically for those who are new to domestic violence work. Check out the chapter dedicated to prevention

One in the Movement – Prevention Chapter

One in the Movement is a TCFV publication designed specifically for those who are new to domestic violence work. Check out the chapter dedicated to prevention

Resource Links

One in the Movement – Prevention Chapter

One in the Movement is a TCFV publication designed specifically for those who are new to domestic violence work. Check out the chapter dedicated to prevention

One in the Movement Online Module

Sign up for self-paced modules and earn credit. TCFV’s One in The Movement training website includes prevention and other modules that anyone new to the movement wouldn’t dream of skipping.

Prevent Connect

The go-to online resource for primary prevention of sexual and domestic violence. They offer podcasts, a newsletter and a very active email listserv.

Teaching to Transform: Searchable Resources for Violence Prevention Education (Coming Soon…)

Sign up for self-paced modules and earn credit. TCFV’s One in The Movement training website includes prevention and other modules that anyone new to the movement wouldn’t dream of skipping.

Our Goal: 71,000 Purple Postcards

One card for every one survivor that sought services last year

Cards collected and delivered

One card for every one survivor that sought services last year

Post your card now!

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Directing the Work: Mentoring Movement Leaders
Executive Leaders

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Creating Safer Spaces: Promoting Program Growth
Program Administrators

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Blueprint for Safer Future: Creating a State Plan to Support Survivors of Family Violence

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Blueprint for Safer Future: Creating a State Plan to Support Survivors of Family Violence

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Helpful Resources

TCFV provides the following educational and training materials for you to download and print.

Power and Control Wheel
English Spanish
Family Violence Protection Orders in Texas
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Personalized Safety Plan
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Operating budget Dues
$0 – $250,000 $1,000
$250,001 – $300,000 $1,250
$300,001 – $400,000 $1,500
$400,001 – $450,000 $2,000
$450,001 – $550,000 $2,250

Contact Us

My Story. Your Story.

These brave women are not only survivors but have dedicated their lives to the movement to end family violence. Here are their stories.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Officers

Frances Wilson
Chair
Region 8 Director
President | CEO

The Purple Door

Corpus Christi, TX

Jim Womack
Vice Chair
Region 1 Area Director
Chief Executive Officer

Family Support Services

Amarillo, TX

Lyndia Allen
Treasurer
Region 3 Area Director
Executive Director

Gateway Family Services, Inc.

Synder, TX

Staley Heatly
Secretary
At-Large Area Director
District Attorney

46th Judicial District

Vernon, TX

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Regional Directors

Zena Stephens
At-Large Director
Sheriff

Jefferson County

Beaumont, TX

Twila D. Carter
At-Large Director
Executive Director

Astros Foundation

Houston, TX

Staley Heatly
Secretary
At-Large Area Director
District Attorney

46th Judicial District

Vernon, TX

Maricarmen Garza
At-Large Director
Chief of Programs

The Tahirih Justice Center

Houston, TX

Lyndia Allen
Treasurer
Region 3 Area Director
Executive Director

Gateway Family Services, Inc.

Synder, TX

Shirley Cox
At-Large Director
Senior Vice President

Amegy Bank

Arlington, TX

Staley Heatly
Secretary
At-Large Area Director
District Attorney

46th Judicial District of Texas

Vernon, TX

Jim Womack
Vice Chair
Region 1 Area Director
Chief Executive Officer

Family Support Services

Amarillo, TX

Elizabeth Lippincott
At-Large Director
Executive Director

Texas Clean Energy Coalition

Austin, TX

Meet Our Team

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Elizabeth Lippincott
At-Large Director
Maricarmen Garza
At-Large Director
Staley Heatly
Secretary
At-Large Area Director
Jim Womack
Vice Chair
Region 1 Area Director
Katie Pothier
At-Large Director
Zena Stephens
At-Large Director
MISSION

Working to End Family Violence Since 1978

The Texas Council on Family Violence is the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit coalition in Texas dedicated solely to creating safer communities and freedom from family violence.

About
OUR impact

A Leader in Our Efforts

Support to Service Providers

TCFV educates and trains criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, service providers, health care providers, faith communities and businesses throughout Texas and the nation. We host hundreds of local, statewide and online trainings each year. We also answer thousands of technical assistance calls from family violence, battering intervention and prevention programs every year. We’re committed to supporting every program in Texas with the expertise and materials needed to keep survivors safe and hold batterers accountable.

Public Policy

The TCFV Public Policy Team is a unified voice before the Texas Legislature on behalf of domestic violence victims. We support drafting and passage of laws that assist victims and survivors.

Prevention

The TCFV Prevention Team seeks to accomplish long-term social change. We support prevention efforts through technical assistance, consultations, trainings and online resources, and provide a larger framework for communities across the state to engage in violence prevention.

Statewide Compensation Report
Statewide Compensation Report

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Honoring Texas Victims Report
Honoring Texas Victims Report

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Hurricane Harvey Report
Hurricane Harvey Report

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Agenda

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Detailed Agenda

10:00am - 10:15am

This year our conference will be held on Remo. Please take the time to set up your account and get familiar with Remo before the conference so you don’t miss a minute.

10:15am - 11:00am

Opening Keynote with Sapna Aggarwal

11:00am - 11:30am

Break

11:00am - 11:30am

Pick Your Workshop

  1. Reimagining Prevention facilitated by Rita Flores and Tim Love
  2. How To Be An Anti-Racist Leader with Briona Jenkins
  3. Facilitated Workshop with Karli Johnson

12:30pm - 2:00pm

Lunch/Wellness Break

12:30pm - 2:00pm

Guided Meditation

1:30pm - 2:00pm

Networking Opportunity in Ballroom

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Pick Your Workshop

  1. Critical Conversations facilitated by Anna Jackson
  2. How to Adapt Your Fundraising Plan in the Age of COVID with Julia Campbell
  3. Self-Care Is Never Enough: How Agencies Can Prevent Turnover, Inter-Agency Violence, and Burnout with The Legacy Collective

3:00pm - 3:15pm

Break

3:15pm - 4:00pm

Networking Groups

  • Rural Program Networking Group facilitated by Erica Bustamante & Ryan Shriver
  • Urban Program Networking Group facilitated by Rachna Khare & Frances Wilson

4:00pm - 4:15pm

Closing Remarks

4:15pm - 5:00pm

TCFV Membership Event

10:00am - 10:15am

This year our conference will be held on Remo. Please take the time to set up your account and get familiar with Remo before the conference so you don’t miss a minute.

10:15am - 11:00am

Opening Keynote with Sapna Aggarwal

11:00am - 11:30am

Break

11:00am - 11:30am

Pick Your Workshop

  1. Reimagining Prevention facilitated by Rita Flores and Tim Love
  2. How To Be An Anti-Racist Leader with Briona Jenkins
  3. Facilitated Workshop with Karli Johnson

12:30pm - 2:00pm

Lunch/Wellness Break

12:30pm - 2:00pm

Guided Meditation

1:30pm - 2:00pm

Networking Opportunity in Ballroom

2:00pm - 3:00pm

Pick Your Workshop

  1. Critical Conversations facilitated by Anna Jackson
  2. How to Adapt Your Fundraising Plan in the Age of COVID with Julia Campbell
  3. Self-Care Is Never Enough: How Agencies Can Prevent Turnover, Inter-Agency Violence, and Burnout with The Legacy Collective

3:00pm - 3:15pm

Break

3:15pm - 4:00pm

Networking Groups

  • Rural Program Networking Group facilitated by Erica Bustamante & Ryan Shriver
  • Urban Program Networking Group facilitated by Rachna Khare & Frances Wilson

4:00pm - 4:15pm

Closing Remarks

4:15pm - 5:00pm

TCFV Membership Event

Select category I II III IV
category i
Family Violence Program

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Supporting Family Violence Program

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Community Partner

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Eligibility

-Hold 501(c)(3) status.

-Primarily serve survivors of family violence and their children in residential or non-residential programs.

-Provide services consistent with rules set forth in the Texas Department of Health and Human Services Commission Family Violence Program regulations.

-Support TCFV mission, goals and philosophy.

-Hold 501(c)(3) status.

-Primarily serve survivors of family violence and their children in residential or non-residential programs.

-Provide services consistent with rules set forth in the Texas Department of Health and Human Services Commission Family Violence Program regulations.

-Support TCFV mission, goals and philosophy.

Note: Category II programs that primarily serve victims of family violence and their children (51 percent of clients or more), must have been in operation for fewer than five years, and may only hold Category II membership for three years before applying for Category I membership.

-Support TCFV mission, goals and philosophy.

-Commit to a partnership to end family violence.

-Hold accreditation if operating a battering intervention and prevention program.

Support TCFV mission, goals, and philosophy

Commit to a partnership to end family violence

Benefits
Advocacy and Policy Expertise
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Development and enactment of legislation supporting victims and survivors. Green Check Icon Green Check Icon Green Check Icon Green Check Icon
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Funding Assistance and Member Discounts
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Individualized advocacy with funders. Green Check Icon Green Check Icon
Grant announcements and updates. Green Check Icon Green Check Icon
Discounts at trainings, webinars, events and conferences. Green Check Icon Green Check Icon
Complimentary continuing education units. Green Check Icon Green Check Icon
Personalized set-up assistance and reduced rates on language interpretation services. Green Check Icon Green Check Icon
Annual Dues
Pricing and payments

Membership dues are based on your organization’s family violence program operational budget. Members receive a yearly renewal pledge form which includes payment schedule options. Membership dues can be paid annually, biannually or quarterly.

Membership dues are based on your organization’s family violence program operational budget. Members receive a yearly renewal pledge form which includes payment schedule options. Membership dues can be paid annually, biannually or quarterly.

Membership dues are based on your organization’s operational budget and are renewed on an annual bases.

Membership dues for individuals are accessed on an anniversary renewal cycle.

Pricing and payments

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