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Community Resource Coordination Group



Community Resource Coordination Group (CRCG)

Do you find it difficult for one agency to meet your child’s needs?  Or, have you struggled to meet the “right” criteria for certain programs or services?  If so, a local CRCG group may be for you!

Community Resource Coordination Groups (CRCGs) are inter-agency groups comprised of local partners and community members.  CRCGs develop individual service plans to help children, youth, families, and adults whose needs can only be met through services from multiple agencies and program.  The CRCGs bring those agencies and programs together to develop individualized service plans to ensure that care is coordinated through non-traditional solutions when bridging service gaps and addressing other barriers.

CRCGs may include the following representatives:


  • Community and faith-based organizations
  • Family representatives
  • Juvenile Justice representative
  • Local intellectual and developmental disability authority
  • Local mental health authority
  • Local school district personnel including a counselor or social worker
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Probation Office representative



  • Texas Correctional Office on Offenders with Medical or Mental Impairments (TCOOMMI)
  • Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ)
  • Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS)
  • Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA)
  • Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)
  • Texas Education Agency (TEA)
  • Texas Health & Human Services Commission (HHSC)
  • Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD)
  • Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)


There are approximately 140 distinct CRCG groups covering 236 Texas counties.  For the 12 counties in the Region 9 Education Service Center Area, the local CRCG contacts are listed below.





Archer, Baylor, Knox & Throckmorton

Colleen Rud

(325) 677-7895

Clay, Jack, Montague & Young Paula Harley (940) 224-4783

Hardeman, Foard & Wilbarger

Mary Sue Green

(940) 663-5366


Megan Mangold

(940) 631-1375


Just about anyone with needs that can be best addressed through multi-agency collaboration can be referred to the local CRCG.  Click here for specific referral eligibility requirements. 

Potential benefits of CRCGs include:

  • Access to local and state services
  • Potential funding sources
  • Ideas for new services
  • Service coordination
  • Case management
  • Effective communication
  • Sense of empowerment


For more information about CRCG’s, explore the Community Resource Coordination Groups of Texas website: or The Texas Education Agency’s resource on Non-educational Community-Based Suport Services