About TCFV Membership
Members play a crucial role in the work that we do. The more voices we have with us, the greater attention we can garner from legislators. Members also provide us with the essential knowledge of what is needed most in their communities so that we can cater our services to meet those demands.
TCFV’s membership consists of family violence service providers, supportive organizations, businesses and professionals, communities of faith, survivors of domestic violence, domestic violence advocates and other concerned individuals. The four categories of membership are:
- Friend Membership
- Community Partner
- Emerging Family Violence Program
- Family Violence Program
Friend Membership is open to individuals who support the mission, goals and philosophy of TCFV.
Individuals Join or Renew Now!
Join for as little as $20 for new members. Survivors of domestic violence receive complimentary membership.
Community Partner Membership is open to organizations that support the TCFV mission, goals and philosophy and are committed to working collaboratively to end family violence. Members of this category include:
- Special units in police departments;
- Prosecutor’s offices;
- other criminal justice systems;
- Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (BIPP);
- Sexual assault programs; and
- Other organizations and businesses committed to collaborating to end family violence.
Family Violence Program Member
TCFV has two membership categories for family violence service providers: Family Violence Program and Emerging Family Violence Program. Over 85% of eligible family violence programs in Texas are Members of TCFV. Family Violence Program Members are from all parts of the state, and include:
- 56 Family Violence Program Members
- 12 Emerging Family Violence Program Members
For questions about membership, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-794-1133 or 800-525-1978.