TPCA believes that no person should have to endure torturous heat, contaminated water, nutritiously lacking food, or medical indifference.
Compassionate Release and MRIS
TPCA believes that population members sould be released when they are to debilitated to commit further crimes. Furthermore recidivism rates as a persons age decrease while the cost of their care increases.
TPCA believes that the practice of solitary confinement is morally wrong, mentally debilitating, social stunting and the use of it must be substantially reduced.
TPCA educates and trains families to advocate for their incarcerated loved ones. We educate the general public about inhumane prison conditions through social media and events. We work with lawmakers and policymakers to create positive change in the Texas prison system.
We are happy you are here Texas Prisons Community Advocates (TPCA)! Please take a good look around to see how you can GET INVOLVED. Fill out a CONTACT FORM to get on our messaging list. And don't forget the RESOURCES TAB. There is so much information there to help you advocate for CHANGE in the Texas prison system.
TPCA leadership is working hard to create a monumental conference that has never been done in Texas before. The goal is to unite advocacy groups and empower you to advocate for your loved ones and to educate the public. But we need sponsorships and donations to make this happen. If you are a business person or know business owners please share our sponsorship levels with them. All donations are accepted, and every little bit counts. Please share the donation link below with everyone you know.
TPCA is donating cooling towels to indigent population members incarcerated in Texas prisons. You can be part of this compassionate project by donating to the purchase of these towels.
Help TPCA make positive changes to the inhumane conditions in Texas Prisons. Click the button below to send a letter to your Senators and Representatives, letting them know that you want them to focus on placing air-conditioning in ALL Texas prisons.