Listings are alphabetized by city with:
1. Groups and Projects
2. Information and Referrals
G R O U P S A N D P R O J E C T S
Our Vision: A Community Where Individuals and Families are Healthy, Stable and Violence-Free
We are a group of Dads in the Austin area who are taking care of our kids (from 1 month to 5 years old) and looking for both adult and child interaction.
University of Texas, Austin
CMHC Voices Against Violence (VAV) is a program of the Counseling and Mental Health Center at The University of Texas at Austin. VAV addresses issues of: Dating/Relationship Violence, Sexual Violence and Stalking.
The Texas After Violence Project (TAVP) works to create a foundation for productive public dialogue on violence in Texas, especially murder and execution. We carefully listen to people affected by violence, including friends and family members of murdered and executed people, as well as police officers, first responders, prosecutors, defense attorneys, prison employees, victim and defendant advocates, and others involved in Texas’ criminal justice system
University of Texas, Austin
Students of AMF is a support network that provides support to college students who have a sick or deceased loved one and offers service opportunities open to all students to raise money and awareness in memory of lost loved ones to fight back against their ailments.
Texas A&M University, Commerce
Project RESPECT (Respond, Empower, Support, Protect, Educate, Coordinate, and Train) is a Violence Against Women program that seeks to develop and enhance approaches to stop violence against women, specifically, Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking on College Campuses and surrounding communities.
The Dallas Black Men and Boys Initiative is designed to bring attention to life span issues impacting black men and boys in the Dallas area and make recommendations that address structural barriers black boys and men face in society
The MENS Program, a social and networking group for gay, bisexual and transgender men and their allies, organizes social events like game nights, dinners, movies and more, plus provides opportunities for networking and general education that affects men.
As men and women concerned with all forms of violence in our community, we will explore our identities, educate the community and ourselves, and create social change. In support of its mission, N.T. MAV members are available by request to conduct interactive programs for Greek societies, residence halls and conferences, and other campuses on a wide range of issues, including: – Sexual assault and aquaintance rape, – Relationship violence, – Redefining masculinity, – Self-defense and assertiveness
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth
One in Four advocates the use of a comprehensive approach to rape prevention that includes many research-based efforts. Based on our commitment to applying theory and research to our programs, we use and advocate the use of “The Men’s Program.” This program is a one hour workshop titled “How to Help a Sexual Assault Survivor: What Men Can Do.” The Men’s Program is presented by a trained male educator to an all-male group.
Texas Women’s University, Denton/Dallas/Houston
Project REV provides resources for victims of the following crimes: dating or domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking.
University of Houston, Houston
The mission of Students of AMF at UH is to provide peer support for college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one and empower the campus community to take action through service.
The primary purpose of the organization is to establish, promote and encourage initiatives which improve the quality of peoples’ lives by reaffirming and promoting the responsible role of black males in the family and the community through education and the promotion of social welfare; and encourage these goals by participation in a group with common interests in achieving non-profit community service activity objectives.
Developing partnerships and providing services that renew hope, highlight possibilities and change the futures of those whose lives have been affected by family and sexual violence.
University of Texas at San Antonio
The CURE is a peer education organization designed to provide the University community with information on health relationships, sexual violence and mental health.
Step Up (on Facebook – same group)
Mission: To change the mindset of young adult males and in turn, break the cycle of sexism and violence against women by creating social diversity through education, advocacy and service.
Sexual Violence and SMU (Facebook)
Southern Methodist University, University Park
(Committee of SMU’s Graduate Women’s Organization) seeking to: I) break down the rape culture on campus – a) disseminate information on sexual violence & resources to women on campus, b) reach out to men to create open and healthy dialogue on sexual violence; II) create a rape crisis center on campus; III) research healthy and unhealthy sexual practices on campus in order to gain a better understanding of how to acccomplish #1 and to promote healthy sexuality.
South Texas/Northeast Mexico: San Antonio
The American Indians in Texas at the Spanish Colonial Missions (AIT-SCM) is a nonprofit organization established by the Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation, descendants of the aboriginal people who populated South Texas and Northeast Mexico. The organization works for the preservation and protection of the culture and traditions of the Native American tribes and other indigenous people who resided in the Spanish colonial missions.
The Men’s Nonviolence Project seeks to encourage men to take an active role in ending men’s violence against women. MNP provides information, resources, and connections to inspire and support the involvement of men and boys in preventing domestic violence.
PAVC reaches out to victims of violence, providing support and information when it is most needed.
The Texas Association Against Sexual Assault (TAASA) is the statewide organization committed to ending sexual violence in Texas.
The Texas Council on Family Violence promotes safe and healthy relationships by supporting service providers, facilitating strategic prevention efforts, and creating opportunities for freedom from domestic violence.
I N F O R M A T I O N A N D R E F E R R A L S
Sexual Assault Prevention Sul Ross University, Alpine
Becoming Whole Again: Healing from Sexual Assault University of Texas, Austin
For Men Only: For Male Survivors of Sexual Assault University of Texas, Austin
queerTX.org University of Texas, Austin
Sexual Assault at St. Edward’s University St. Edward’s University, Austin
Sexual Assault Prevention Online Training Module PowerPoint University of Texas, Austin
Sexual Assault Prevention and Information Lamar University, Beaumont
Texas A&M University Sexual Violence Protocol Texas A&M University, College Station
Sexual Assault Texas A&M University, Galveston
Sexual Misconduct Policy Southwestern University, Georgetown
Rape and Sexual Assault Rice University, Houston
Sexual Assault University of Houston, Houston
Sexual Assault Policy Houston Baptist University, Houston
Useful Resources for Men in Partner Abuse University of Houston, Houston
Sexual Assault Pamphlet Texas Tech University, Lubbock
Sexual Assault Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View
Sexual Assault Trinity University, San Antonio
Sexual Assault Awareness St. Mary’s University, San Antonio
Sexual Assault Prevention Western Texas College, Snyder
Sexual Assault Baylor University, Waco