• Our Mission: Improving Quality of Life is in TCOG's organizational DNA. It is what we do, our mission. It is who we are, our purpose.

    Our Mission: Improving Quality of Life is in TCOG's organizational DNA. It is what we do, our mission. It is who we are, our purpose.

  • TCOG leaders are committed to our team, the organization, and our mission.
  • TCOG leaders define integrity as having our thoughts, words, and actions in alignment within ourselves.
  • TCOG leaders are not afraid to make tough decisions for the betterment of our team, our organization, or our region.
  • Getting your team to open up and be vulnerable, to put their strengths and weaknesses on the table in front of each other, and to address those issues honestly so the team understands each other and can better complement each other all in the name of achieving a higher purpose and a higher calling.
  • TCOG Leaders support each other. We have the Three Musketeers Mentality: all for one, and one for all.
  • TCOG leaders acknowledge victories
  • "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead
  • TCOG Matters to schools
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Aging & Disability Resource Center of Texoma

ADRC of Texoma

The ADRC of Texoma aims to promote independence, choice, dignity and quality of life for residents of Bowie, Cass, Cooke, Delta, Fannin, Franklin, Grayson, Hopkins, Lamar, Morris, Red River, and Titus counties.

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9-1-1 Addressing & Map Development

9-1-1 Addressing & Map Development

TCOG is proud to partner with Fannin and Cooke counties and the Cities of Gunter and Van Alstyne in assigning addresses and developing maps that help first responders get to the right location as quickly as possible.

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Texoma Care-Transition Coalition

Texoma Care-Transition Coalition

The mission of the Texoma Care Transition Coalition is to enable safe and effective transitions of patients between all settings of care, and empowering patients and their families to manage their health.

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Recent News & Press Releases

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Governing Board

Our Governing Body is made up of representatives from the counties, cities, school districts, and colleges who are members of TCOG according to a formula provided by the TCOG By-Laws

President
Honorable Jason Brinkley

Honorable Jason Brinkley
County Judge
Cooke County

Vice President
Honorable Kevin Couch

Honorable Kevin Couch
Council Member
City of Sherman

Secretary / Treas.
Honorable Creta L. Carter, II

Honorable Creta L. Carter, II
County Judge
Fannin County

  • Honorable Bob Thomas, Councilmember, City of Bonham
  • Honorable Cliff Sicking, Cooke County Small City Representative, City of Muenster
  • Honorable David Turner, Grayson County Small City Representative, City of Southmayd
  • Honorable Jeff Whitmire, Commissioner, Precinct 01, Grayson County
  • Honorable Jim Goldsworthy, Mayor, City of Gainesville
  • Honorable Phyllis James, Community Representative, Grayson County
  • Honorable Ronnie Bruce, Fannin County Small City Representative, City of Ravenna
  • Honorable Teresa Adams, Council Member, City of Denison
  • Mr. Jason Fox, School District Representative, Bonham Independent School District
  • Mr. Dan Busch, Community Representative, Cooke County
  • Ms. Karla Metzler, College Representative, North Central Texas College
  • Reverend Cecil Jones, Community Representative, Fannin County

Reports & Publications

Annual Reports
  • Texoma Council of Governments 2016 Annual Report

    2016 Annual Report

    Forward A message from Dr. Susan When you believe in the worthiness of your profession, when you know the work …

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  • Kids Matter

    2015 Annual Report

    Kids Matter: Caring. Providing. Teaching. Protecting. This year’s Annual Report is dedicated to the various ways TCOG makes a difference …

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  • Faces of Texoma

    2014 Annual Report

    Faces of Texoma: One Place. Many Faces. Have you ever had the opportunity to meet someone in person who you …

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Audit Reports
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Other Publications
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