Teen dating violence conference

TCFV’s three major focus areas are: Support to Service Providers: TCFV educates and trains victim advocates, criminal justice personnel, health care providers, faith communities, businesses, advocacy organizations, service providers and allied professionals in communities throughout Texas and the nation.We host hundreds of local, statewide, and online trainings each year and answer thousands of technical assistance calls for family violence and battering intervention and prevention programs each year.

Amy Pohl, Communications and Membership Director, apohl (at) | Extension 824 Planning, developing, implementing, and monitoring CCADV’s strategic communications with member programs, media relations, public awareness, and development of effective messaging.

Jacque Morse, Technical Assistance Specialist, jmorse (at) | Extension 819 TA, training, advocacy, and support in core competencies and best and promising practices around domestic violence services and advocacy.

Read more Domestic violence affects each and every person living in an abusive home, and is especially detrimental to children.

While children may not be the target of violence, living in an abusive household affects them deeply.

Meghan Nigra, Business and Finance Manager, mnigra (at) | Extension 811 Financial and administrative management including: accounting, human resources, contracts, grant financial and general management, and day-to-day operations.