• New Research on the Impacts of Disasters and Emergencies on Texas’ Youth

    Texas experiences more major natural disasters than any other state in the country. TNOYS' report explores the impacts of disasters and emergencies on youth and families who lack critical safety nets.  » Read more
  • Elevating Youth and Provider Voice Through Advocacy

    The 87th Texas Legislative Session has started. TNOYS' comprehensive, cross-systems agenda calls on policymakers to prioritize critical funding and support for youth and families.  » Read more
  • Join Us at TNOYS’ 38th Annual Conference!

    Registration is now open for TNOYS' 38th Annual Conference on Services to Youth and Families. Join us to build skills, network, and have fun alongside the youth and young adults you serve.  » Read more

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