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COMMUNITY PARTNERS OF TARRANT COUNTY INC

Bringing Hope to Abused and Neglected Children

Fort Worth, TX   |  cptctx.org

Mission

The mission of Community Partners of Tarrant County is to provide help and hope to abused and neglected children and the Child Protective Services caseworkers who serve them. We fulfill this mission by providing resources donated by a caring community that better enable CPS to meet the needs of those they serve. A 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation composed of volunteers from the Tarrant County Child Protective Services Board and the community at large, we want to make a difference for vulnerable children and their families.

Ruling year info

2001

President

Jerry McCullough

Main address

2700 Ben Ave.

Fort Worth, TX 76103 USA

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EIN

75-2913202

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Victims' Services (P62)

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Community Partners of Tarrant County, Inc.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS OF TARRANT COUNTY, INC. (CPTC)


Mission Statement

Community Partners of Tarrant County was established to promote the common good and general welfare of the community by establishing the corporation for charitable and educational purposes to raise, manage and disburse funds to aid in the enrichment of the child protective services program.
Program Description

Community Partners of Tarrant County (CPTC) fulfills this mission by providing resources donated by the community. A 50l(c)(3) nonprofit corporation composed of volunteers from the Tarrant County Child Protective Services Board and the community at large works to make a difference for vulnerable children and their families. CPTC supports several projects designed to assist Child Protective Services (CPS) and Child Protective Investigations (CPI) to meet the needs of those families.

One initiative is the Rainbow Rooms which are emergency resource rooms located on-site at DFPS offices. These rooms are stocked with food, diapers, formula, personal hygiene items, household supplies, and children's clothing purchased with contributions from the community.

CPTC sponsors the SAVE Program. It is a child abuse and neglect prevention program located in Tarrant County. It connects families identified as "at risk" for child abuse or neglect with resources in their community. SAVE stands for Student and Volunteer Efforts. Under the supervision of a CPS supervisor and volunteer coordinator, trained social work interns work directly with families to provide services that reduce stress in the home and the risk of abuse or neglect.

CPTC partners with the local community in fund raising opportunities, such as the annual Cops 4 Kids 5K Run/ 1 Mile Fun Walk that is coordinated by area police departments. CPTC also sponsors the Holiday Hope Project and provides funds for educational groups for CPS/CPI clients that are planned and conducted by CPS/CPI staff, such as ROADS and parenting classes.

Charitable contributions of money or goods to Community Partners of Tarrant County are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law and are gratefully accepted.

Service area included Tarrant County, Texas

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

We sponsor the Rainbow Room, an emergency resource pantry located on-site at the CPS office, stocked with food, infant formula, diapers, personal hygiene items, household supplies, car seats, portable cribs, and other essential items that may be neded on an emergency basis by CPS children and their families. These items are available for CPS caseworkers to immediately provide to families in crisis.  Everything in the Rainbow Room has been donated or purchased with donated funds by a team of volunteers.

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS OF TARRANT COUNTY INC

Board of directors
as of 02/03/2023
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Jerry McCullough

Jimmy Walker

Debra Wakeland

Vanessa Copeland

Lesley Baker

Ray Biery

Charles Brady

Melondy Doddy-Munoz

James Fletcher

Juan Daniel Garcia

Kenneth Mosley

Amy Swift

Katasha Varner