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615-386-9406
800-289-9018

​Find us: 

2 International Plaza Drive, Suite 425
Nashville, TN 37217

For Students & Activists: ProtectRespectTN.org
For Prevention Specialists: PrevenTN.com

 

Office Hours 8am-5pm Monday through Thursday

24-hour State-Wide Domestic Violence Hotline- 1-800-356-6767

This project is funded under an agreement with the State of Tennessee, Finance and Administration, Office of Criminal Justice Programs. The opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations contained within this document are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Tennessee.

Become a Member

Since its inception in 1983 the Tennessee Coalition, in all its forms, has been a beacon of hope, help, and healing for survivors of domestic and sexual violence across the state of Tennessee. As a member of the Coalition, you are an integral partner in our mission to end domestic and sexual violence across our state. Members are part of an elite group of individuals and programs that share the common vision of ending violence in the lives of Tennesseans.

2018 Members

Abuse Alternatives, Inc.

Alternative Counseling Center

Avalon Center Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Program

Baptist Women's Hospital in Memphis

Bridges Domestic Violence Center

Bristol Crisis Center

Cannon County S.A.V.E. Domestic Violence Program

Case Management, Inc.

CEASE Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Inc.

Center of Hope

Change is Possible (CHIPS) Family Violence Shelter

Community Health Development Center of East Tennessee

Community Health of East Tennessee, Inc.

Correctional Management Systems

Crisis Center for Women - IVAS

Crossroads Counseling Associates, LLC

Domestic Violence Program

Exchange Club Family Center of the Mid-South, Inc.

Families In Crisis, Inc.

Family & Children Services

Family Resource Agency

Family Safety Center of Memphis and Shelby County

Fayette Cares

General Sessions Court Probation Department

Genesis House, Inc

Haven House, Inc.

Haven of Hope, Inc.

Helen Ross McNabb, Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee

Helen Ross McNabb, The Family Crisis Center

Henderson County CAC

Jackson Police Department

Jean Crowe Advocacy Center

Johnson County Safe Haven, Inc.

Knox County Sheriff's Office

Knoxville Family Justice Center

Knoxville Police Department, Special Crimes Unit

Legal Aid of East Tennessee - Knoxville

Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee

Martha O'Bryan Center

Mental Health Cooperative

McNairy County CAC

Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America - Nashville Chapter

Monroe County Community Health Access Committee

Montgomery County Adult Court Services

Northwest Safeline

Partnership for Families, Children and Adults

Planned Parenthood of Middle and East Tennessee

Probation Works, Inc.

Project Safe Center, Vanderbilt University

Safe Passage (First TN Human Resource Agency)

Prevent Child Abuse Tennessee

SafeSpace

Scott County Women's Shelter

Sexual Assault Center (SAC)

Shelby County Crime Victim Center, Rape Crisis Center

Shelby County Pre-Trial Services

Stepping Out, Inc. M.E.N. Managing Emotions Nonviolently

Tennessee Association for Justice

Tennessee Community Counseling Services, Inc.

The H.O.P.E. Center, Inc.

The Oasis Foundation

The Shelter, Inc.

United Methodist Urban Ministries SafeHouse Domestic Violence Shelter

University of TN/Personal Safety Empowerment Partnership Project (PSEPP)

Women Are Safe, Inc.

WRAP Wo/Men's Resource & Rape Assistance Program

YWCA - Knoxville - Victim Advocacy Program

YWCA - Memphis

YWCA - Nashville

 

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS

(Valid January 1-December 31, 2019)

 

 

Individual Membership
 

Individual Membership is available for any person with a shared interest in ending sexual and domestic violence in Tennessee and who financially supports the Coalition with a gift of $25 or more. 
 

Giving Levels:

  • Visionary $5,000+

  • Chairperson’s Circle $2,000-$4,999

  • Director’s Club $1,000-$1,999

  • Sustainer $500-$999

  • Contributor $250-$499

  • Supporter $25-$249

 

Program Membership
 

Program Membership is for any program or organization whose primary purpose is to provide direct services to adult and child survivors of domestic and/or sexual violence. Examples include domestic violence shelters, rape crisis centers, family justice centers, child abuse agencies and human trafficking agencies.

 

Membership dues are based on the operating budget of the agency:

  • $100 for organization budget $100,000 or less

  • $200 for organization budget $100,001-$300,000

  • $400 for organization budget $300,001-$500,000

  • $600 for organization budget greater than $500,000

Program Membership Benefits
 

Advocacy and Policy Expertise

  • Strengthen a unified voice on behalf of survivors and service providers

  • Help set the Coalition’s policy agenda by participating in members-only surveys

  • Support the creation and enactment of policies that make a difference in the lives of survivors

  • Meet and network at legislative offices on the annual “Day on the Hill”

 

Communications and Recognition

  • Access to information on emerging issues in the field through e-newsletters, legislative updates, special listservs, and a resource library

  • Acknowledgement in the Coalition’s Annual Report and website

  • Member program spotlights in newsletters and/or social media

  • An exclusive digital membership badge to display on your website or social media

 

Capacity-Building

  • Discounts on Coalition trainings and conferences

  • Free job postings on the Coalition’s website

  • Opportunities for participation on the Coalition’s Board of Directors and special committees, such as Policy Planning and Annual Conference Planning

  • Foster connections and network with other advocates and like-minded agencies

Allied Agency Membership

Allied Agency Membership is for allied organizations that support the mission and work of the Coalition.  Examples include advocacy groups, law enforcement agencies, schools or universities, batterer’s intervention programs, social services, faith-based organizations, and community coalitions.

 

Allied Agency Membership dues are $100.

 

Allied Agency Membership Benefits

Advocacy and Policy Expertise

  • Strengthen a unified voice on behalf of survivors and service providers

  • Support the creation and enactment of policies that make a difference in the lives of survivors

  • Meet and network at legislative offices on the annual “Day on the Hill”

 

Communications and Recognition

  • Access to information on emerging issues in the field through e-newsletters, legislative updates, and a resource library

  • Acknowledgement in the Coalition’s Annual Report and website

  • An exclusive digital membership badge to display on your website or social media

 

Capacity-Building

  • Discounts on Coalition trainings and conferences

  • Free job postings on the Coalition’s website

  • Foster connections and network with other advocates and like-minded agencies