Jason Hennington with Taylor Daily Press captured a shot of our grant and networking partners kicking-off year 11 (2018-2019) for our unique rural school-based mental health program! End the stigma, promote happy, healthy hearts.” />
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 Healthy People Grant and a Capacity Building Grant, United Way of Williamson County, Carl C. Anderson, Sr. and Marie Jo Anderson Charitable Foundation, Community Block Development Grant (CDBG) from Williamson County, Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant from Office of the Governor and Livingston Foundation to provide rural, school-based mental health services in Taylor, Bartlett, Granger, Jarrell, Thrall and Coupland ISD’s. The Livingston Foundation also provides pass through funding for 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.