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Bejeweled 2019
Saturday, February 16, 2019
7 pm

Join us and our honored guest, former Houston Oiler and Pro Football Hall of Famer Earl Campbell, as we celebrate the Center’s 20 years of dedication to improving the health and well-being of teens in our community.

Be a part of the crowd of philanthropic party-goers gathering for:

  • Master of Ceremonies, John McClain, Texans/NFL Writer with Houston Chronicle, talk show host, and Pro Football Hall of Famer
  • a live performance by Travis Meadows, renowned singer and songwriter for Dierks Bentley, Wynonna Judd, Kenny Chesney and more
  • tasty local fare, beer and wine
  • an exciting live and silent auction, including travel and parties
  • a fun, unique atmosphere at Houston’s Alara Garage

Many thanks to our 2019 Sponsors:

Rolls Royce - $10,000+

Cabot Oil

Youth Opportunity Investments

Darryl Willis / Google


Aston Martin - $5,000

Kyrish Trucks

Paula Johnson & Laura Menefee / Phillips 66

Mark & Erin Packwood

Todd Adams / GHCF

Dan Pastorini

Be An Angel Foundation


Ferrari - $1,000

Beth Cloyd

Gary Milnarich & Chris Silkwood

Carol & Buddy Welter

Marylou Erbland & Robert Woods

Bill & Kit Davis

Dave & Sandy Steitz

Lee Pace / My Armour Services Inc.

MarFran Cleaning

Bill Baldwin and Anne Culotta / Boulevard Realty

Donnie Schubert / Twin Eagle

John Keville

Clint Plant


Sponsorship opportunities are still available.

Alara Garage

3233 West 11th Street

Houston, TX 77008

Since 1999 TCSI has provided services that have changed the lives of thousands of teens and families in crisis, teens with substance abuse and mental health issues, including trauma and domestic human trafficking victims. On average, we serve over 180 adolescents and their families every day, providing long-term residential treatment, intensive outpatient services, and outreach programs. Over 80% of the teens are successful when they complete our program but we need your help.

Increased pressure from insurance companies is reducing the length of stay of clients, in some cases to as little as 30 days – far too little time for many of these youth to receive the treatment and positive results they need. You can help by supporting scholarships that will ensure these teens are not sent home before they are ready. Every additional day – just $350 each day – can make a difference, preventing an overdose, stopping a suicide, and saving a life and a family.