The Texas Guardianship Association is a professional non-profit organization dedicated to educating professional, family, and volunteer guardians as well as legislators and the general public on ethics, standards and best practices related to court-appointed guardianships in Texas.
TGA is also committed to identifying and implementing less restrictive alternatives to guardianship and reliance on community supports and services whenever feasible. TGA strives to enrich the lives of those protected by guardianship as well as those who are responsible for the protection of others.
The History of the Texas Guardianship Association
Texas Guardianship Association (TGA) was formed in the fall of 1992 in order to promote communication and cooperation among individuals, organizations, agencies and courts concerned with guardianship and its alternatives.
- Educating involved professionals, consumers and the general public regarding guardianship and its alternatives.
- Promoting the development of guardianship and alternative programs to serve and protect vulnerable individuals.
- Advocating for development and implementation of effective public policy regarding guardianship and related issues that are consumer sensitive.