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Up-coming events:

12th Annual "Camp du Ballon Rouge" children's weekend -
RE-SCHEDULED TO September 26 - 28.

CAMP is FULL. Previously scheduled campers should complete updated pg 7 Physician Medical Form. Contact the office at for details. Formal acceptances and Camp Handbooks will be emailed the first week of September to those with completed forms.


20th Annual "Tee-Off for Tourette's" Charity Golf Tournament

Monday, November 3, 1014

Start planning your teams of four players, individual players, sponsorships or auction/raffle donations or contribute ANY dollar amount!   Tee-Off is one of the MAJOR fundraisers for the entire state providing funds for meetings, events, parties, In-Service and camp– let’s help make it a great event!  For more information:  

WE NEED YOUR HELP!   Let golfers know about this fun event!  Spread the word to your place of business -- make they will sponsor a Hole for only $100.  Approach restaurants and stores you frequent to see if they will contribute a gift certificate.  Any donation of any size is welcomed and appreciated!

Visit the Tee-Off web page here for more details and to view all forms.



Thursday, January 29, 2015 -- TSA of Texas Annual Gala Fundraising Dinner

Friday, April 24, 2015 -- 4th Annual Gala Targets for Tourette's Sporting Clays Shoot

Exciting Details coming SOON!


Be sure to check with individual Support Group leaders for meeting information/dates or email for more information.

About Tourette's Syndrome
Tourette's syndrome is a neurobehavioral (brain-based) movement disorder characterized by motor and vocal tics. Beginning in childhood, it causes those affected to make movements and noises they cannot control. Additionally, many with T.S. also have associated disorders such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder and/or learning problems. Although medication may help control the symptoms, as of yet there is no cure. The Tourette Syndrome Association of Texas, one of the largest TSA Chapters in the country, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We raise funds to directly assist Texas area families and children in crisis, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

TSA of Texas Mission Statement
The Tourette Syndrome Association of Texas supports the medical, educational and social needs of Texans with Tourette's syndrome and their families. Our programs and services include professional counseling; a unique Medical Assistance Program; an annual children's Camp du Ballon Rouge weekend; educational programs and In-Service presentations; scholarships and direct client services; Support Groups; Youth Ambassador Program; and family events and activities, all of which are free of charge to our families.




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