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Other Services to the Community

Other Services to the Community


The department has available individuals who will speak to the local community about community supervision services. To request a speaker, call the department at (979) 361-4410 and ask to speak to the Deputy Director.

Bryan ISD HOSTS Program

Departmental members participate in the Bryan Independent School District's Help One Student to Succeed Program. The staff members take time weekly to tutor students in language arts, vocabulary, and reading. This relationship helps these students develop not only academic skills, but also improves their self-esteem. Through this means, departmental staff members may positively impact a generation of children growing up in the shadow of their parents' problems. Staff members hope that this positive interaction will aid these children in growing up to be productive, law-abiding members of society.

Other Services to the Community

On their own time, employees of the department performed volunteer services for a number of community agencies and organizations. The department's staff volunteered with the George Bush Library and Museum, Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse, Bryan Federal Prison Camp, Bryan-College Station Chapter of the Texas Association of Alcohol and Drug Counselors, Brazos Valley Coalition for Life, Boy Scouts of America, Bryan ISD's Minority Recruitment Committee, Bryan ISD's Parent Advisory Council, Brazos County Employee Assistance Program, Brazos County Master Gardner Association, Cheer Fund, College Station Citizen's Police Academy, Brazos Valley Alzheimer's Support Group, Business and Professional Women's Federation, Habitat for Humanity, New Horizon Scholarship Program, Home and Foreign Mission, Make a Difference Day, MASH Toy Drive, Project Unity, Regional Training Officer - Region 2, Resource Training Officer, Washington County Rural Alumni Association, Young Women's Christian Council, St. Joseph Hospital, Challenger Little League, Sierra Club, and a number of area churches and school districts.