Application for Category III Organization Membership

This application is for organizations who have never previously been accepted for membership. If you need to re-apply, please use the renewal form. You may also apply for membership by mail.

 

Community Partner Membership is open to for-profit and not-for-profit organizations that support the mission and philosophy statement of TCFV. Typical members in this category include statewide organizations with an interest in ending family violence, professional organizations, health care and community organizations, sexual assault programs, criminal and civil justice agencies, businesses, faith-based organizations, police departments, District and County attorney’s offices, victim support services organizations, legal advocacy organizations and Battering Intervention and Prevention Programs (BIPPs). Organizations that offer BIPP services must be fully accredited by Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

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For-profit
501(c)(3) non-profit
Other non-profit entity
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Yes
No
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No, we do not provide services to offenders
Yes, we provide BIPP and are fully accredited by CJD
Yes, we provide BIPP and are provisionally accredited by CJD
Yes, we provide BIPP or other batterer services and are not CJD-accredited
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Business
Community Resources
Coordinated Community Response
Educational Institution
Government
Services for victims
Services for offenders
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Our organization/company has sufficient information regarding the next Membership Committee meeting.
Our organization/company would like more information regarding the next Membership Committee meeting.

Community Partner Dues Assessment

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$100 (organization budget less than $500,000)
$250 (organization budget more than $500,001)

Organization's/Company's Agreement with TCFV Mission and Philosophy Statement

TCFV Mission Statement: The Texas Council on Family Violence promotes safe and healthy relationships by supporting service providers, facilitating strategic prevention efforts, and creating opportunities for freedom from domestic violence.

TCFV Philosophical Statements:
We believe,
(1) In the right of all persons to self-determination and a life without fear of abuse, oppression, or violence.
(2) In supporting autonomous, community-based efforts and collaborations to end domestic violence.
(3) That domestic violence services should be available to all survivors regardless of ethnicity, race, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, criminal history, ability, religion, sexual orientation, or economic status.
(4) That survivors and their allies working together have a greater impact in changing societal attitudes and responses to domestic violence.
(5) In supporting the leadership and success of women and survivors in our society.
(6) In supporting men’s mobilization in ending men’s violence against women and others.
(7) That individuals who are abusive must be held legally and ethically accountable for their actions by friends, family, co-workers, and communities in both the public and private sectors.
(8) In advocating for the rights of children and youth who survive violence in their environments.
(9) Our work should be guided by the experience of all survivors of domestic violence.
(10) In supporting and creating access to safety, justice, and opportunity for all survivors of domestic violence.
(11) That in order to fully advocate for survivors of domestic violence we must also work to end other forms of power and control such as sexism, racism, homophobia, and economic injustice.
(12) Every individual deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.
(13) Safe homes and safe families are the foundation of a safe society.

We do hereby certify that we agree with the TCFV Mission and Philosophy Statement and that our organization’s mission statement and philosophy statement are not in direct opposition to TCFV’s Mission Statement and Philosophy Statement.

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