Safety

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Safety

Ensuring child safety is fundamental to the mission of Boys & Girls Clubs.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Tarrant County is committed to providing high-quality programs and services to Club members in a way that makes them feel a sense of belonging and connectedness and emotionally and physically safe.

It is a membership requirement that all staff and volunteers of local Clubs are trained annually on the local Club’s required comprehensive safety policies.

Additionally, all Club employees have access to a variety of innovative safety trainings from Boys & Girls Clubs of America and through partner organizations. Clubs participate in a wide variety of child safety training conducted through seminars, conferences, webinars and a semi-annual safety symposium. We also engage leading third-party safety experts to provide guidance for our policies and approaches, including Praesidium, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, and the National Children’s Advocacy Center. Clubs are required to prominently display key safety resources information, including the Crisis Text Line, a confidential text message service for youth, and Child Safety Helpline.

COVID-19 Safety

The safety of the kids we serve is our organization’s number one priority. The organization has been committed to taking every safety precaution to protect our families and staff during this pandemic. All BGCGTC locations require meticulous safety and sanitary practices that demonstrate social distancing and mask-wearing for all members.

Safety Resources

Parent Resources

Club policies and resources

Abuse Hotline

Call 1-800-252-5400

Learn More

For more information, please contact us using the information provided below.

Contact Us

Email us at branchinfo@bgcgtc.org or call 817-720-9372. Administrative Office: 3218 E. Belknap Street Fort Worth, TX 76111.

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Their next great moment can start with you.

A hot meal. Help with homework. A kind and encouraging word from someone who believes in you. These are the moments that add up to great futures for young people, especially those who need us most. Together, we can give kids their next great moment.