Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) is dedicated to providing domestic violence survivors and advocates the most relevant economic justice and economic advocacy information and resources available.

Connect with your local program       Financial stability is often an obstacle to leaving an abusive relationship. Economic options are available to survivors and victims of family violence including housing rights, unemployment insurance, Crime Victims’ Compensation, child support, public benefits, and waivers of deposit for electric, telephone, and gas. Advocates at family violence programs can help you access these resources.

To locate the closest family violence program in your area in Texas please search the service directory.

Financial Empowerment/ Financial Education Resources

Career Empowerment

Asset Building Resources

Economic Advocates’ Listserv

The Economic Advocates’ Listserv offers the most relevant economic advocacy information and serves as forum for domestic violence advocates working with survivors towards financial stability. By joining the Economic Advocates’ Listserv, you will have access to the most current information, resources, materials, and trainings to inform your work with survivors.

Join today! Please contact Molly Woodard at mwoodard@tcfv.org, if you are interested in joining the Economic Advocates’ Listserv.

Please contact the TCFV Policy Team at 1-800-525-1978 with any questions about economic justice and economic advocacy.