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The Texas Community Service Association (TCSA) is a recognized 501(c)(6) non-profit corporation in the State of Texas. It began operations in 1995 and was incorporated on March 18, 2008. It exists for the explicit purpose of promoting the effective development and administration of community service restitution programs.



 Lee Fields;
     Whoop whooops Brother Pete Gonzales you and your coworker rock. Again thank you all for hosting. Madam President you and your TCSA staff are awesome too..



Jody Gooch;
  Enjoyed your presentation Chuck! Very thorough and informative!! Many thanks for being at the conference



     Rudy Carreon Jr.;
      is feeling thankful.   October 18
Thank you Brenda Monroy Garcia for inviting Big Bros Garage Youth Outreach Organization to the conference. I had a great time and met a lot of great people. Thanks again for letting me promote my Youth Organization.







Victoria County Juvenile Services
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Our youth in our Post-Adjudication Program have been busy this week! Look at all the dog toys that were made for Dorothy O’Connor Pet Adoption, Victoria Animal Control, and Adopt-A-Pet!!! Thank you Regina Mitchell Perez!







Dorothy O'Conner Pet Adoption Center


Thank you Victoria County Juvenile Services for your very generous "Presents for Pets" donation!!  They donated over 400 items for our shelter animals!! 


"What our members are saying"

 

Real Members giving their honest opinions.  


Brenda Monroy Garcia


Wow way to kick off the New Year Taylor County Juvenile Probation! Community Service Officer, Toni Hill recently implemented this project with the girls. Ms. Hill had her girls make signs as a way of giving back to the community. The signs are being donated to the community. Way to go Toni and Taylor County Juvenile Probation!



SMITH COUNTY JUVENILE SERVICES HELPS BUILD 20 RAMPS


In 2017, Smith County Juvenile Services teamed up with the Texas Ramp Project, Camp Tyler and PATH to help build 20 ramps for children, the elderly and disabled people.



Get ready TCSA!