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Since the founding of Teen and Family Services in 2002, the generosity of the local community has enabled us to help struggling teens and their families.

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With your support, TAFS can help provide students a positive social environment, and a new peer group focusing on attitudes and behaviors conducive to growth and change.  Our community based recovery services shape a group of teens to encourage each other to stay sober and engage in healthy, pro-social activities.

We would be pleased to visit with you about the different ways that you can help TAFS: your gifts and involvement allow us to keep Teen and Family Services (TAFS) successful and give hope and healing to many more families.


APG Family Halloween Campout 2022

October 28, 2022 4-7 p.m. arrival

October 30, 2022 11-12 p.m. departure

Ranch location: 1171 Tiger Lily Lane, Sheridan, TX 77475

Directions From Houston:  


*Go I-10 west toward San Antonio. 

*Take exit 696SH-71 Loop Columbus

*At light take a left (71)

*Go about 10 miles to stop sign

*Turn right at stop sign (90-A)

*Continue west for about 12 miles

*Turn right onto Lake Sheridan (if you get to Splashway Water Park you’ve gone too far)

*Turn left onto Lakewood Drive (1st street on left)

*Go 1.2 miles and gate will be on right 

#1010 Tiger Lily Lane,

 *There will be signs out on 90-A, Lakewood and at entrance to ranch  


4:00 pm
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Teen and Family Services is a community of families growing and healing from the effects of teen mental health crisis, substance use and other high-risk behaviors.