Press Releases

  • Texas Bar Foundation funding will support development of materials on partnering with youth May 29, 2017AUSTIN – Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) has received a one-year, $6,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation, which will be used to launch the “My Voice Matters” project to help legal professionals better understand the importance of giving... Read more »

  • St. David’s Foundation funding will enable launch of “Recovery Through Participation” November 4, 2016AUSTIN – Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) has received a two-year, $100,000 grant from St. David’s Foundation’s Opportunity Grants initiative, which will be used to launch a new youth engagement project in Central Texas titled “Recovery Through Participation.” The project will... Read more »

  • September 6, 2016 An event hosted by statewide nonprofit organization Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) Sept. 20 will celebrate the achievements of homeless youth and highlight efforts to end youth homelessness in Texas. During the event, formerly homeless youth will share personal stories about their experiences and TNOYS will release its new report outlining the... Read more »

  • HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner is being recognized today with a Distinguished Leadership award by the Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) at its annual conference. TNOYS, which is dedicated to supporting critical services for Texas youth and their families, is presenting the award in recognition of Turner’s work on behalf of youth during his time in the Texas legislature.

  • HOUSTON – The Community Youth Outreach Alliance, formed by three Montgomery County organizations in 2014, is being recognized today with the Steve Wick Innovative Program Award from Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS). TNOYS, which is dedicated to supporting critical services for young Texans and their families, presented the award at its 33rd annual statewide conference at Houston’s Westin Galleria, in recognition of the contributions that have been made by the three members of the Alliance -- Montgomery County Youth Services, Angel Reach, and CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County.