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Public Policy: The TCFV Public Policy Team strives to serve as a unified voice before the Texas Legislature on behalf of domestic violence victims by supporting the drafting and passage of laws that will assist victims and survivors.Prevention: The TCFV Prevention Team engages in long-term social change work towards the creation of a safe and healthy Texas.(Borger) Johnson County Family Crisis Center (Cleburne) Mission Granbury, Inc.(Granbury) Mujeres Unidas/Women Together (Mc Allen) New Beginning Center (Garland) New Bridge Family Shelter (San Angelo) Noah Project, Inc.(Wichita Falls) Focusing Families (Hempstead) Fort Bend County Women’s Center, Inc.(Richmond) Freedom House (Weatherford) Friendship of Women, Inc.(Abilene) Phoebe’s Home, Twin City Mission Domestic Violence Services Program (Bryan) Resource and Crisis Center of Galveston County (Galveston) Safe Place of the Permian Basin (Midland) Safe Place, Inc.(Dumas) Safe Haven of Tarrant County (Arlington, Fort Worth) Safe Place (Austin) Shelter Agencies for Families in East Texas (SAFE-T) (Mt.
We sought to create opportunities for cooperation, coordination and collaboration with one another and with myriad organizations coming into contact with victims, offenders and their children as well as to improve laws and policies to hold offenders accountable and increase the safety of victims. Toby Myers with the Houston Area Women’s Center was selected as the first Board Chair.TCFV supports this critical goal by offering these additional services: Officers Jaime Esparza, El Paso, President and Chair Heather Kartye, Chair-Elect, Region 6 Julia Spann, Treasurer, Region 9 Frances Wilson, Secretary, Region 8 At-Large Members Danielle Agee, Irving Jeff Allar, Austin Shirley Cox, Arlington Janet Lawson, Austin Laura Squiers, Lufkin Regional Directors Jim Womack, Region 1 Karen Hildebrand, Region 2 Lyndia Allen, Region 3 Jim Malatich, Region 4 Sherri Kendall, Region 7 Immediate Past Chair Leigh Ann Fry Family Violence Programs Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse (Houston) The Ark Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Shelter (Brownwood) Bastrop County Family Crisis Center (Bastrop) Bay Area Turning Point (Houston) The Bridge Over Troubled Waters (Pasadena) Brighter Tomorrows (Grand Prairie) Casa De Misericordia (Laredo) Center Against Sexual and Family Violence (El Paso) The Crisis Center (Odessa) Crisis Center of Anderson and Cherokee Counties (Jacksonville) The Crisis Center of Matagorda and Wharton Counties (Bay City) Crisis Center of the Plains (Plainview) Daya (Houston) Denton County Friends of the Family, Inc. (Waco) Family Crisis Center of East Texas (Lufkin) Family Crisis Center of the Rio Grande Valley (Harlingen) The Family Place (Dallas) Family Services of Southeast Texas (Beaumont) Family Support Services (Amarillo) Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc.(Denton) Domestic Violence Prevention (Texarkana) East Texas Crisis Center (Tyler) Eastland County Crisis Center, Inc. (San Antonio) Family Time Crisis and Counseling Center (Humble) Fannin County Family Crisis Center (Bonham) First Step, Inc.Since 1978, the Texas Council on Family Violence (TCFV) has been a nationally recognized leader in the efforts to end family violence through partnerships, advocacy and direct services for women, children and men.TCFV is one of the largest domestic violence coalitions in the nation, with a membership comprised of family violence service providers, supportive organizations, survivors of domestic violence, businesses, communities of faith and other concerned citizens.