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Community engagement plays a significant role in our mission to educate individuals on safe ways to confront and prevent domestic violence and sexual assault. Informing the community of available tools and resources, provides the opportunity for healthy relationships to be established throughout life. Take a look at the different workshops and programs that we offer.

Dynamics of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence can take on many forms. Learn about the different behaviors and red flags of an unhealthy relationship.

Dynamics of Sexual Assault

Learn the complexities of sexual violence and understand the laws and consequences within the state of Texas.

CASFV Programs & Services

Familiarize yourself with our programs and services that are available to those affected by sexual and family violence.

HeRo Dating Violence Presentation

Healthy Relationship Outreach (HeRO) is an interactive workshop that teaches youth about healthy relationships, the warning signs and the effects of dating violence in a safe setting.

No Means NO Workshop

During the No Means No workshop, youth and their peers discuss the legal consequences of sexual assault and rape, dating violence, improper photography, internet safety, and other related crimes. Our goal is to empower youth to have healthy relationships, now and in the future.

Custom Training on Demand, Presentation or Workshop

CASFV staff have a wealth of expertise and have developed additional topics that can be tailored to your needs.

Primary Prevention Program

Community education and awareness workshops are centered on empowering youth and adults to cultivate inclusivity by challenging harmful gender stereotypes and addressing the root causes of sexual violence.

Victim Advocacy Training

Our Victim Advocacy Training is an opportunity for people who wish to help those affected by sexual and family violence. Whether you are an experienced advocate or new to the field, learn more about this accredited training here.

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We provide all services without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.