National Domestic Violence
1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
or (TTY) 1-800-787-3224

Mailing Address:
Abuse Survivor Assistance Program
University of Texas at Austin
School of Law
727 E Dean Keeton St
Austin TX 78705-3299

Executive Board:
President--Kristine Baumstark

Client Relations VP--Marsha Perez

Fundraising VP--Catherine Wagner

Communications VP--
Lissette Villarruel

Treasurer--Michelle Roberts

Advocacy & Outreach VP--
Eric Gutierrez

Fundraising Committee:
Lissette Villarruel

Our Supporting Organizations

UT Domestic Violence Clinic

The University of Texas School of Law
727 E. Dean Keeton Street
Austin, TX 78705
Phone: (512) 232-1358 / Fax: (512) 232-9171
E-mail: Anna Borne, Administrator

The Domestic Violence Clinic accepts cases through requests for assistance from individuals and organizations serving victims of domestic violence.

The Domestic Violence Clinic provides clients, unable to afford private attorneys, the opportunity for legal assistance. Typical clients are victims of domestic violence seeking legal assistance with divorce, custody, protective orders, modification and/or enforcement of existing custody and child support orders. Clients of the clinic often face a variety of problems, both legal and non-legal. The Clinic works with DVSSN to takes a holistic approach to representation; therefore, students assist clients with safety planning, avoiding eviction and/or utility cut-offs, obtaining public assistance, finding housing, jobs, and daycare.


Phone: 267-SAFE(7233) or 927-9616 TTY

Safeplace creates a safe place for women, children and men who have been victimized by rape, sexual abuse and domestic violence.  They offer a comprehensive and compassionate continuum of services, providing support and resources for survivors to create independent lives, free of violence, for themselves and their families.

Texas Advocacy Project

Texas Advocacy Project
PO Box 833
Austin, TX 78767-0833
Phone: 512-476-5377

The Women's Advocacy Project is a statewide nonprofit legal organization that promotes access to justice for Texas women and children in need. Started in 1982 as a legal hotline, the agency has evolved as an expert on legal issues affecting survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and now provides a range of services that promote the use of legal protections to end violence against women.