Casfv provides confidential assistance, educational programs and, most importantly, hope to families in need. The scope of family violence is limitless: from the casualties of physical and mental abuse, to the after-effects of violence spanning generations. casfv's staff and volunteers are aware of the ever-changing definition and complexity of family violence. They Assist In an effort to provide a full range of services, casfv has taken on sexual assault support services to further assist victims of sexual assault in our community. casfv’s Youth Services Department targets youth ages 12-21 years of age providing them with early educational sessions.
In the mid-1970s, community leaders, activists, and survivors of sexual assault had a vision to create a nonprofit agency that would support victims of sexual assault in San Antonio and Bexar County. The Rape Crisis Center began providing supportive services to victims in November 1975. The Center’s goal was to ensure victims of sexual violence would have a responsive medical community, sensitive law enforcement officials, and active prosecution system.Established as a private, nonprofit, 501(c)(3) agency, The Rape Crisis Center receives funding federal, state, local funding, as well as funding from private individuals, foundations and the business community. Our mission is to be a national leader providing excellent care for those impacted by sexual violence, through crisis intervention, counseling, and prevention education.
The TDCJ Victim Services Division is dedicated to providing direct, personal service to victims and their families throughout Texas, as well as, assisting those outside our state to the best of our ability. It is our goal to assure victims that they are not left behind at the crime scene, but can be involved in all parts of the criminal justice system if desired.
The Office of the Attorney General actively commits to the end of sexual violence by improving and enhancing the quality of services for victims/survivors and by developing and providing interagency training and promoting multi-disciplinary collaboratio. They Also assist in the compassionate and effective delivery of crime victim services by offering information, resources and financial assistance to crime victims and the organizations that assist them.
Phone: (512) 494-8017