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Cumberland Presbyterian Children’s Home President/CEO Job Announcement Cumberland Presbyterian Children’s Home (CPCH) in Denton, Texas is seeking an exceptional chief executive to build on an excellent 109 year record of serving children and families. Applicants must be able to represent the agency as a Christian role model in private as well as professional life. The… Read more »
MONTGOMERY COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES Job Title: Crisis Outreach Worker Department: Shelter Services Reports To: Director of Shelter Services FLSA Status: Exempt Summary of Position To coordinate and conduct direct crisis outreach services to runaway and homeless youth. To provide education to youth, schools, community groups,… Read more »
MONTGOMERY COUNTY YOUTH SERVICES Job Title: Crisis Outreach Counselor Department: Shelter Services Reports To: Director of Shelter Services FLSA Status: Exempt Summary of Position To coordinate and conduct crisis outreach services to runaway and homeless youth living in and out of the shelter setting. … Read more »
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Hello friends, colleagues and supporters! We are so pleased that you have stopped by to view our website. TNOYS has been undergoing quite a few changes in the past few months and we have a lot of exciting news to share with you. In the next few weeks, we will be updating our blog with… Read more »
We have been busy as the Texas 83rd Legislative session gets into full swing! On January 22nd, TNOYS advocacy staff and members of the advocacy committee visited 10 Senate and House Offices to stand up for the STAR program. The reception was encouraging, and several offices told us they expected STAR to continue to be… Read more »
As RTCs are moving towards eliminating level and point systems in their programs, we thought it would be interesting to hear what residents had to say about their experience. We negotiated with a local RTC to interview youth who had recently eliminated the level system on their cottage. We met with a group of five… Read more »