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School Based Mental Health Program 2015-16 begins 8th year! Pictured left to right:  Jeff Ripple (Interagency board president), Jerry Dryer (United Way of Williamson County Board), Richard Kolek (Taylor ISD Assistant Superintendent), LeAnn Powers (Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Williamson County), Ed Komondosky (United Way of Williamson County Board), Brett Springston (Bartlett ISD Superintendent), Trish van Til (Interagency executive director), Allyson Jervey (Jervey & Associates Psychotherapy), JoAnn Barcak (Interagency board treasurer), Bebe Johnson (Interagency vice president) and Michele Buford (Interagency board).  Photo courtesy of Susan Brock (Interagency secretary).

School Based Mental Health Program 2015-16 begins 8th year!
Pictured left to right: Jeff Ripple (Interagency board president), Jerry Dryer (United Way of Williamson County Board), Richard Kolek (Taylor ISD Assistant Superintendent), LeAnn Powers (Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Williamson County), Ed Komondosky (United Way of Williamson County Board), Brett Springston (Bartlett ISD Superintendent), Trish van Til (Interagency executive director), Allyson Jervey (Jervey & Associates Psychotherapy), JoAnn Barcak (Interagency board treasurer), Bebe Johnson (Interagency vice president) and Michele Buford (Interagency board). Photo courtesy of Susan Brock (Interagency secretary).

Representatives from United Way of Williamson County, St. David's Foundation, Interagency Board of Directors, Jervey and Associates, Dr. Harold Scott and Bluebonnet Trials are all on hand for the announcement!

Representatives from United Way of Williamson County, St. David’s Foundation, Interagency Board of Directors, Jervey and Associates, Dr. Harold Scott and Bluebonnet Trials are all on hand for the announcement!

The Interagency began in 1989. In 2006, the Interagency became incorporated. Today, the Interagency continues to fill gaps in services for our community. The Interagency currently receives funding from St. David’s Foundation, United Way of Williamson County and CDBG to provide rural, school-based mental health services in Taylor, Bartlett, Granger, Jarrell, Thrall and Coupland ISD’s. The Livingston Foundation provided funding for the Interagency to support midnight basketball and a mentoring program for at risk youth in Taylor ISD. Additional services offered include child development consultation, early literacy promotion, the annual sox box collection, sponsor mental health first aid USA training, and non-profit monthly networking opportunities.