Welcome to the Center Against Sexual & Family Violence
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. You will always have help.
crisis intervention and advocacy are still available in the wake of Stay Home, Work Safe Ordinance please call CASFV 24-hr Crisis Hopeline at 915.593.7300. Click here for additional changes to services and updates.
Ways You Can Help
|The act of giving can take many forms, be it monetary, time or learning about the scope of violence. casfv is grateful for your generous support.|
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|Volunteers and interns play a vital role at the heart of casfv’s success and continual growth.|
|Fighting domestic violence and sexual abuse in our community would not be possible without the support of our funders and sponsors.|
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|Volunteers are a special group of people and our organization depends on individuals like you to help others in their time of need.|
Services and Programs
casfv’s emergency shelter is a confidential haven for individuals and families who need refuge from an unhealthy or violent relationship.
casfv's transitional living center will help you transition to independent living. Families can stay at the transitional living center for up to 24 months, rent free.
At the frc, whether you are in an abusive relationship or have been sexually assaulted, you can receive help through counseling, support groups and therapy.
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.
As local schools make plans to navigate the current health crisis, one thing remains constant, CASFV is dedicated to serving children who have experienced and/or have been exposed to sexual and family violence. Whether studying at home or in the classroom this fall, we want all our children and youth to have everything they need to excel academically.
CASFV has implemented screening procedures to ensure the safety of clients, staff, interns, and volunteers while continuing to provide services to those experiencing sexual and domestic violence in our community.
The battering intervention & prevention program (BIPP) specializes in domestic/family violence intervention and prevention of battering behaviors used to gain power/control within an intimate relationship, marriage, or family.
casfv’s Youth Services Department targets youth ages 12-21 years of age providing them with early educational sessions.
Just because you live outside of the El Paso city limits doesn’t mean that we can’t help. casfv is proud to provide the same support groups, advocacy and counseling services to our surrounding areas to include greater El Paso County, Hudspeth and Culberson counties.