Texas Victim Services Association

 A professional organization for Victim Service Providers

Why join TVSA?

Because you will:

  • Belong to the only statewide professional organization for all victim service providers in Texas
  • Help to elevate the victim services provider profession as a vital part of the justice systems professions
  • Help to elevate the victim services provider profession as a vital part of the justice systems professions
  • Stay informed about what is happening in victim services across the state
  • Receive members-only discounted registrations at all TVSA-sponsored training
  • Participate in regional meeting opportunities, to network with your local area peers
  • Have the opportunity to exercise and enhance your leadership skills through serving on committees, working groups, and the board of directors
  • Experience camaraderie with peers who understand the issues, trials, heartaches and joys of crime victim services work
  • Participate in a conference that provides training for victim service providers, by victim service providers, in a nurturing and fun setting
  • Receive an invitation to the annual statewide membership meeting, to review accomplishments of the year, and plans for the next year, to advance victim services in the state
  • Tap into a source of information, networking, and training regarding all types of victimization and victim services (not limited to a specific type or types)
  • Have ethical guidelines specifically for victim service providers

Your membership supports the sustainability of your professional association!

Become a TVSA member today!

TVSA Regional Map


Amarillo/Lubbock/ Wichita Falls

Region A

Archer Dickens  Hutchinson Potter 
Armstrong Donley  Kent Randall
Bailey Floyd  King Roberts
Baylor Foard  Knox Sherman
Briscoe Garza  Lamb Stonewall
Carson Gray  Lipscomb Swisher
Castro Hale  Lubbock Terry
Childress Hall  Lynn Throckmorton
Cochran Hansford  Moore Wheeler
Collingsworth Hardeman  Motley Wichita
Cottle Hartley  Ochiltree Wilbarger
Crosby Haskell  Oldham Yoakum
Dallam Hemphill  Parmer Young
Deaf Smith Hockley    


Austin /Waco/San Antonio

Region B

 Aransas  Comal  Hamilton  Llano
 Bandera  Comanche  Hays  Mason
 Bastrop  Coryell  Jackson  McLennan
 Bell  Dewitt  Karnes  Mills
 Bexar  Falls  Kendall  Refugio
 Blanco  Fayette  Kerr  San Saba
 Bosque  Gillespie  Kimble  Travis
 Brown  Goliad  Lampasas  Victoria
 Burnet  Gonzales   Lavaca   Williamson
 Caldwell  Guadalupe  Lee  Wilson


Dallas/ Fort Worth/Tyler

Region C

 Anderson   Fannin  Kaufman  Rockwall
 Bowie   Franklin  Lamar  Rusk
 Camp   Freestone  Limestone Shackelford
 Cass   Grayson  Marion Shelby
 Cherokee   Gregg  Montague  Smith
 Clay   Harrison  Morris
 Collin   Henderson  Nacogdoches Stephens
 Cooke   Hill  Navarro Tarrant
 Dallas   Hood  Palo Pinto Titus
 Delta  Hopkins  Panola Upshur
 Denton   Hunt  Parker Van Zandt
 Eastland   Jack  Rains Wise
 Ellis  Johnson  Red River Wood


Beaumont/Houston/College Station

Region D


 Grimes Madison   Sabine
 Austin   Hardin Matagorda  San Augustine
 Brazoria  Harris Milam  San Jacinto
 Brazos  Houston Montgomery  Trinity
 Burleson  Jasper Newton  Tyler
 Chambers   Jefferson Orange  Walker
 Colorado  Leon Polk Waller 
 Fort Bend Liberty  Robertson  Washington
 Galveston  Wharton


El Paso/Midland/San Angelo

Region E


 Ector  Martin Scurry 
 Borden  El Paso McCulloch  Sterling
 Brewster  Fisher  Menard  Sutton
 Callahan  Gaines  Midland  Schleicher
 Coke  Glasscock  Mitchell  Taylor
 Coleman Howard  Nolan   Terrell
 Concho  Hudspeth  Pecos  Tom Green
 Crane  Irion  Presidio  Upton
 Crockett  Jeff Davis Reagan  Val Verde
 Culberson  Jones  Reeves  Ward
 Dawson  Loving  Runnels  Winkler

Corpus Christi/Laredo/McAllen

Region F

 Atascosa  Frio LaSalle   San Patricio
 Bee Hidalgo  Live Oak  Starr
 Brooks  Jim Hogg Maverick  Uvalde
 Cameron  Jim Wells McMullen  Webb
 Dimmit  Kenedy  Medina  Willacy
 Duval  Kinney  Nueces  Zapata
 Edwards  Kleberg  Real  Zavala
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