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October 2015: Domestic Violence Survivor Spicee Gray, Marta B. Peláez, CEO Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. and The Battered Women and Children’s Shelter, Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau, Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry joined San Antonio Chief of Police William McManus to kick-off a Holiday Fundraising Campaign for the Battered Women and Children’s Shelter in San Antonio and to release the names of the women killed in domestic violence incidents in Bexar County in 2014

October 2015: Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry and Marta B. Peláez, CEO Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc. and The Battered Women and Children’s Shelter at a news conference at the San Antonio Police Headquarters

October 2015: Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry releases the Honoring Texas Victims Report at a news conference in Houston with Rebecca White, CEO at the Houston Area Women’s Center, Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman, Deborah Mosley, Executive Director, Bridge Over Troubled Waters in Pasadena, Houston Police Chief Charles A. McClelland, Jr. and Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson

October 2015: Harris County District Attorney Devon Anderson and Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry at a news conference at the Houston Police Headquarters during Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 2015: Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry and Stephanie Karr, Executive Director, Center Against Family Violence, participate in a news conference during Domestic Violence Awareness Month to release the number of women killed in domestic violence incidents in El Paso in 2014

October 2015: Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry being interviewed by Univision in Fort Worth. TCFV released the annual Honoring Texas Victims Report during October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 132 women were killed in Texas. 25 women were killed in the DFW metroplex.

2016 YHM Award Nominees

YHM_Logo_630x425The YHM Activist of the Year, Advocate of the Year, and Texas Partner for Change awards recognize individuals who inspire and lead their communities to promote healthy relationships for young hearts in Texas.

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The Public Policy Committee

Capitol_IconFor the 85th Legislative Session Public Policy Committee, TCFV calls on advocates, allies, colleagues and any who wants to affect legislative policy on family violence to complete an Interest Form.

 

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