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After 17 years of dedicated service as a STAR Counselor, Jackie Davies retires from BCFS Health and Human Services-San Antonio.
BCFS Health and Human Services, parent company of Breckenridge Village of Tyler, announces new Executive Director, Steven Campbell.
The federal Office of Head Start awarded BCFS Education Services the Head Start program in Victoria, Jackson, Calhoun, Gonzales, Dewitt and Lavaca counties.
BCFS-Tyler collaborates with DFPS to celebrate youth in foster care system who pursue their education through non-traditional means. Twenty-two youth from BCFS-Tyler’s foster care program were honored at the ceremony on Wednesday.
BCFS-Kerrville joins organizations across the country in participating in National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month. Throughout the month of May, BCFS-Kerrville will provide free pregnancy prevention class for girls, ages 14-19.
BCFS Health and Human Services-Abilene hosted a community breakfast on Thursday, May 4 at Hardin-Simmons University, to honor the National Day of Prayer, featuring civic leaders leading meaningful prayers, seeking the Lord’s guidance for the city, nation, president, elected officials, families, and more.
BCFS Health and Human Services-Kerrville hosted a community breakfast on Wednesday, May 3, at St. Peter's Episcopal Church to honor the National Day of Prayer. Approximately 160 guests enjoyed coffee, music by the George Eychner Quartet, and a plentiful steak-and-eggs breakfast catered by Kerrville's own Rails Cafe.
BCFS Health and Human Services-San Antonio’s commitment to end child abuse and neglect was front and center during Fiesta Week 2017 in San Antonio, April 19-29. April is National Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month, so BCFS-San Antonio staff that provide services to local families ventured out to various Fiesta events to share information and resources with the community.