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Contributions at Work


contributions-at-workThe Montgomery County Child Welfare Board is involved in a number of programs and initiatives throughout the year.

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About Montgomery County CPS

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Montgomery County CPS/Child Welfare Board works with the Texas Council of Child Welfare Boards (TCCWB), a statewide network of more than 2,000 volunteers appointed by County Commissioner’s Courts. Annually, child welfare boards in Texas contribute $20 to $30 million to help meet the needs of children. DFPS works with TCCWB and others to develop resources, programs, and strategies to enhance services for vulnerable children and families.

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Board of Directors

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Montgomery County CPS/Child Welfare Board works with the Texas Council of Child Welfare Boards (TCCWB), a statewide network of more than 2,000 volunteers appointed by County Commissioner’s Courts.  Annually, child welfare boards in Texas contribute $20 to $30 million to help meet the needs of children. DFPS works with TCCWB and others to develop resources, programs, and strategies to enhance services for vulnerable children and families.

Montgomery County CPS/Child Welfare’s mission and focus is to provide leadership, vision, trust, confidence, enthusiasm, and successful coordination of efforts between the private sector, government agencies, non-profit private agencies, foster parent association, community leaders and the Montgomery County CPS Board.  The efforts have two common aims; 1) to improve the lives of our foster children and 2) be an example to the rest of Texas so all Texas foster children can experience similar hope and relief. 

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Community Advisory Board

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The Montgomery County CPS/Child Welfare Community Advisory Board represents many organizations and individuals who have a desire to assist in relief efforts of our County's CPS children in parallel to our state’s goals and initiatives.  This collaborative group has cooperatively grown in production, vision, and membership going back to its community roots in 2005.  Its membership includes prolific, compassionate, and proven leaders who share a desire to make a difference and have successfully worked together bringing about substantial improvements and opportunities to Montgomery County CPS and the families they serve. 

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Montgomery County CPS/Child Welfare Board
2017 North Frazier, Suite C-1
Conroe, Texas 77316

Phone:  936-756-1551
Federal Tax ID:  20-0787262