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Gloria Terry, CEO of the Texas Council on Family Violence speaks during a rally at the Capitol on Wednesday, Feb. 11, 2015. The Texas Council on Family Violence and the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault and hundreds of victims’ rights advocates from across the state of Texas rallied at the Texas Capitol to strongly support full funding for family violence programs and rape crisis centers across Texas.

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Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry being interviewed by Univision in Dallas. TCFV released the annual Honoring Texas Victims Report during October, which is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 119 women were killed in Texas. 38 women were killed in the DFW metroplex.

The Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry joins Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo and  U.S. Senator John Cornyn at an event to raise awareness about domestic violence.

The mother of Cheyenne Green who was murdered in a parking lot during an east Texas football game and the parents of Kari Dunn who was murdered in a Marshall hotel joined Shannon Trest, Executive Director, Women’s Center of East Texas, Gregg County Judge Bill Stout and Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry at a news conference in Longview to discuss the tragic murders of their family members and to discuss ways future domestic violence deaths may be prevented and children will not have to grow up without their moms.

The Texas Council on Family Violence is honored to chair a new domestic violence task force and work closely with vice-chair, Dr. Jeff Temple of UT Medical Branch at Galveston and the entire task force to collaborate on women’s health care and domestic violence. A meeting of the 25 member task force was held on October 8, 2014 during HealthCares about domestic violence day.

A news conference in Austin with Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) CEO Gloria Terry and Dr. Jeff Temple, an associate professor and director of behavioral health and research at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and Courtney Santana, a domestic violence survivor.  Terry and Temple are leading of a new Domestic Violence Task Force Texas for the Health and Human Services Commission.

Texas Council on Family Violence CEO Gloria Terry speaks at a news conference in Austin with the US Marshals who launched a new task force to crack down on domestic violence fugitives.

Men At Work Facilitator Training

Presenter Lee Giordano will bring the new curriculum from Men Stopping Violence, Men At Work: Building Safe Communities. This facilitator training provides 17.75 BIPP CEU hours.

June 3-5, 2015
Fort Worth, TX

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Texas Prevention Summit 2015

TPS_Logo_FINAL_webTAASA and TCFV present Texas Prevention Summit 2015: Transforming Communities. Each conference workshop is carefully designed to deliver a unique learning experience for prevention workers and program leadership.

June 29 – July 1, 2015
Austin, TX

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