TCFV President Gloria Terry recently visited El Paso to launch an innovative new program in support of domestic violence victims working toward long-term economic stability. The city is one of the first in the nation to partner shelters and workforce solutions to assist victims with job skills and Individual Development Accounts for economic security. With funding from the Allstate Foundation and donated dollars, the impossible choice between an abusive relationship and homelessness has been erased for some Texans.  Terry’s story for the El Paso Times may be found here.