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DTA wants you to live violence free. The Domestic Violence Unit (DV Unit) helps achieve this goal. The DV Unit can help address safety concerns as soon as possible. The DV Unit also helps address barriers to program participation. The DV Unit bridges DTA to other domestic violence service providers.
Domestic violence doesn’t have to be a physical act. It can be verbal, emotional, financial, physical, and/or sexual abuse. It is often defined as the use of power to control the relationship. Financial abuse is:
If you answer yes to some or all these questions, you may be in an abusive relationship. Domestic Violence Specialists (DVS) are here to assist you.
Each DTA office has a DVS. Domestic Violence Specialists:
DVS can help with waivers of certain TAFDC program rules, if necessary. These rules include:
To speak with a DV specialist, call the DTA Assistance Line at (877) 382-2363. If you are a cash applicant/recipient, you can also call your case manager.
Spanish speaking DVS are available. Professional interpreter services are available for all other languages.