Texas Victim Services Association

A professional organization for Victim Service Providers

Some resource links in the aftermath:

The board and staff of TVSA join the worldwide community in expressing our heartfelt grief at the tragedy in our community of Uvalde. Amidst this horrific crime, we must remember the innocent victims for which we now grieve. Many victim advocates in our state will share resources with their fellow victim services colleagues in Uvalde at this time, and they too will be in our thoughts and prayers, along with the families and other survivors of those whose lives were so terribly cut short and lost.

(Office for Victims of Crime) ovc.ojp.gov/resources-and-support-victims-uvalde-texas

(National Child Stress Network) nctsn.org

(National Mass Violence Victimization Resource Center) nmvvrc.org/

Texas Victim Services Association

(TVSA) was founded in 1997 by two visionaries in the field who wanted to create a place just for victim service providers (VSP) where they could learn, share, and network.

Vision: TVSA promotes the delivery of a full range of consistent, high-quality, professional services to crime victims, their families, and communities.

Mission: The mission of TVSA is support, education and recognition for victim service providers.

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