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Welcome to Tejano Center for Community Concerns

Dear Neighbors and Friends of the Tejano Center for Community Concerns:

As you navigate through the pages of our website, I am sure that you will note that we, at the Tejano Center for Community Concerns (Tejano Center), are absolutely dedicated to fulfill our responsibility to our community with the utmost skill, determination, and pride. The information presented here illustrates our resolve to work together with you and the many others who share a vision for the continued well being of our neighborhood and the success of all who live here.


  • Mayor Turner's Community Forum

    Attend this meeting to ask questions about immigration issues and how it affects the delivery of City Services.

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  • Thank you to our Sponsors

    Tejano Center & Raul Yzaguirre Schools for Success would like to take the time to thank all of our generous sponsors & State Rep. Mary Ann Perez District 144 who support the 2017 Annual Golf Tournament.

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  • Save the Date! Click here for more info!

    For more information please contact Mr. Kinney Garcia I 832-431-7300 I KinneyG@tejanocenter.org or Ms. Jessica Villarreal I 713-640-3793 I Villarrealj@tejanocenter.org

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  • Mayor Turner Issues Statement on Immigration

    Mayor Turner Issues Statement on Immigration
    "I know there are a lot of immigrant & refugee families and children who are afraid and worried right now about what might happen to them. I want them to know that Houston is, and always has been, a welcoming city, where we value and appreciate diversity. HPD is not the Immigration & Customs Enforcement agency. We don’t profile, and we are not going to start profiling people to determine whether they are here illegally. It hasn’t happened under previous mayors, and it will not happen under my administration."

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  • Science and Engineering Fair of Houston

    Since 1960, SEFH has coordinated the regional science and engineering fair competition for public and private junior/middle and senior high schools in Houston and the surrounding 22-county area. The counties included in this service region are Austin, Brazoria, Calhoun, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Hardin, Harris, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Matagorda, Montgomery, Newton, Orange, Polk, San Jacinto, Trinity, Tyler, Walker, Waller, and Wharton, and Grimes (with the exception of Navasota ISD).

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Our Mission

  • The mission of the Tejano Center for Community Concerns is to develop education, social, health, and community institutions that empower families to transform their lives.

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