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Revitalizing Children’s Therapy Garden

Revitalizing Children’s Therapy Garden

On Friday, April 28th Smith County Master Gardeners and volunteers in the community visited East Texas Crisis Center to help revitalize the Children’s Therapy Garden!

We are so thankful to the volunteers for their hard work, and willingness to beautify the garden for those we serve!

A special thank you to Tractor Supply, Lowe’s, Home Depot, and Attwood’s for their donations of soil, mulch, hoses, and gardening tools!

If you, your club or organization would like to volunteer please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Brooke Davis at or 903.509.2526

Family Fun Day

Family Fun Day

Come join us for Family Fun Day at Bergfeld Park! There will be food trucks, games, prizes, health...

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ETCC Annual Meeting of Members

The East Texas Crisis Center, Inc. Annual Meeting of Members for the *Friends of the Center will be held at 11:30 a.m., Thursday, January 26, 2023, at 2401 Hughey Drive, Tyler, Texas. The following business is scheduled for a vote by the members: PROPOSED OFFICERS for...

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“In October, Stanley’s Famous Pit Bar-B-Q made East Texas Crisis Center the recipient of their “Round-Up” initiative for domestic violence awareness month! Nora Schreiber, Community Outreach Coordinator presented a check for $774.56 to East Texas Crisis Center staff...

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The Legion of BOOM Boxing Gym Donates to ETCC

The Legion of BOOM Boxing Gym presented a $500 check to East Texas Crisis Center! John D. Johnson III, Founder & CEO wants to instill in his students the importance of giving back to the community! What a wonderful message and lesson for youth to embrace! We are...

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Handmade brooms that will sweep you off your feet!

Semi-retired industrialist and renowned "hobbiest", Joe Peacock, has studied and mastered the art of broom making using original antique machinery from the 1870's. Proceeds from the sale of these unusual and useful gift ideas are then donated to the East Texas Crisis...

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Jelly Cats at Valerosa Design & Gallery proceeds for ETCC

A special thank you to Terry Fowler for her third donation of these precious Jelly Cat animals. For every soft and cuddly Jelly Cat purchase at Valerosa Designs & Gallery at Bergfeld Center one Jelly Cat will be donated to the East Texas Crisis Center. Terry...

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