Domestic and Family Violence Program
Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviors used by one partner in an intimate relationship to maintain power or control over another partner. Family violence is any act committed by one family or household member that is intended to cause harm or threat of harm against another family/household member. Domestic or family violence includes physical, financial, emotional, verbal, religious, and digital abuse.
TMWF recognizes the need for a cross-cultural understanding of issues related to domestic violence and abuse.
Everyone has the right to live free of fear.
Domestic Violence and Family Violence Services
TMWF is a Culturally-Sensitive and Trauma-Informed Agency. We recognize that several factors influence a person's experience of a situation and the related trauma.
Our services are provided by a culturally diverse and multilingual staff who can speak over 15 languages.
- 24/7 Crisis Hotline
- WhatsApp available Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM (CST)
- LAP (Lethality Assessment Protocol)
- 2 Emergency Shelters
- Transitional Housing
- Rapid Re-Housing (Immediate Permanent Housing)
Legal: Family Law
- Child Support
- Child Custody
- Child Visitation
- Protective Orders
- U Visa (Victims of Crime)
- T-Visa (Human Trafficking)
- Citizenship Application
- Green Card Renewals
- Family Petitions
- Removal Proceedings
- Consular Processing
- Humanitarian Parole
- Individual Therapy
- Play Therapy
- Parenting Therapy
- Support Group Therapy