Local Ways To Join the Movement
Champion Oaks Ranch was created by the grace of God to provide a loving, stable, Christian home for boys and girls who are falling through the cracks. We are partnering with parents and others who have the same heart to help provide self-worth, purpose, and life-long goals for these children. Our number one goal is to restore and reunify families when possible, and our duty is to glorify God and share His love unconditionally.
Wish Book List
Prayer for Champion Oaks Ranch: Staff, Board of Directors, Volunteers and those we serve
Spreading the Story, Message and Mission of Champion Oaks Ranch
Sustainable Financial Support: Monthly, Quarterly, Bi-Annual & Yearly Donors
Giving of Finances to help Champion Oaks Ranch meet their goal of raising $200,000 by December 31, 2017
Security System and Video Monitoring Equipment and Installation for Children’s Home and Administration Building
Smoke Detector System Hardwired for Children’s Home and Administration Building
Take a Tour of Champion Oaks Ranch: Individually or with a Group
Speaking Engagements needed with Churches, Civic Organizations, Business Associations and other groups
Education Director for the Education & Credit Recovery Program
Houseparent Couple for the Home Life & Parenting Program
Program Assistant for the Home Life & Parenting Program
Assistant Volunteer Coordinator
Volunteers to Work in the following areas:
*Grant Research & Writing
*Assistant Director for Thrive After-School Mentoring Program
*Thrive Mentors, Tutors and Transportation Drivers
Mediation is a fast, economical, private way to resolve disputes. Mediation is a process in which the parties involved, and a trained, impartial mediator explore issues and generate options, which lead to the creation of solutions, which will work for all parties.
Mediation is especially effective in disputes between parties who have an on-going relationship such as relatives, neighbors, business associates or employers, because it uses methods of problem solving which promote understanding, cooperation, and better communications.
During the mediation process, each person is given an opportunity to describe the situation from their own point of view. Trained mediators then guide the discussion, defining issues, so that everyone is solving the problem and developing creative solutions, which best satisfy the needs of all parties. When an agreement is reached, the mediator puts the agreement in writing and a signed copy is given to each person.
Mediation focuses on planning the future, rather than concentrating on the past. Guilt and innocence are not decided. The goal is to develop a solution, which meets the needs of all participants.
Suite 2, Box 3
271 East Lamar
Jasper, TX 75951
Wish Book Requests
The Mediation Center is a private, non-profit corporation. It receives its support from a special fund administered by Jasper, Newton, Sabine, and San Augustine counties, from client fees and from private contributions.
Jasper, Newton, & Tyler Counties .... and SW Louisiana
PO Box 1392
Jasper, Tx 75951
ETPHC is a non-profit organization that provides the following services for those facing the difficulties of an unplanned pregnancy:
Safe, loving environment
Free Pregnancy Tests
Referrals when needs extend beyond center services
About S.N.I.P.S. (Spay/Neuter Initiative Pet S...ociety) always welcomes new members. If you are interested please let us know!
S.N.I.P.S. (Spay/Neuter Initiative Pet Society) is a non profit organization located in Jasper, TX. in operation since 2008. From September 2008 through June 2012, we have helped the pet population in our community from reproducing by spaying and neutering over 1800 dogs and cats.
Mission: To end the problem of unwanted strays and dumped animals by limiting reproduction through spay and neuter services. All money raised will go to help people afford the cost of spaying and neutering their pets. We provide a low cost service through a local veterinarian, and also have grants to help low income customers.
There are an estimated 27 million dogs and cats born each year. Between 5 and 8 million are euthanized each year and others are abandoned. Join in and help us continue this mission to ensure a better world for both pets and humans.
1. Spay/Neuter Donations for Low Income Families to keep their loving pets
2. Help to replace 1988 Van needed for events
3. Help for repairs on Old Office Building
4. Dollars for Microchip Program
5. Expand services in community as needed
P O BOX 1222 JASPER, TX 75951 (409)384-8251
CASA OF THE SABINE NECHES REGION GIVES VOICE TO THE ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN IN HARDIN, JASPER, NEWTON, ORANGE, SABINE, AND TYLER COUNTIES IN TEXAS.
COMMUNITY IMPACT STATEMENT
CASA OF THE SABINE NECHES REGION WORKS ON BEHALF OF ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN IN OUR LOCAL COMMUNITIES WITH THE GOAL OF GUIDING THEM TO A SAFE AND PERMANENT HOME. CASA PROVIDES ADVOCACY TO ABUSED AND NEGLECTED CHILDREN WHO COME INTO THE FOSTER CARE SYSTEM. OUR GOAL IS A CASA VOLUNTEER FOR EVERY CHILD.
ORANGE OFFICE: LOSS DUE TO HURRICANE HARVEY
Office furniture-4 staff
Conference room table and chairs
CASA of the Sabine Neches Region
2120 Gloria Drive
Orange, Tx 77630
The Jasper Lions Club is the oldest and most active civic organization in our community. Chartered in 1939, "We Serve" the citizens of Jasper and Pickens County.
Jerry Silmon, President
PO Box 415
Jasper, TX 75951
For more information about the Lone Star Youth Council and to donate now check out their website: