Since 1997, the Law Offices of Tim Powers has served the criminal defense needs of the citizens of Denton County, Texas, and the surrounding region. One of the ways in which the firm strives to do so is to engender positive relationships with the area’s law enforcement community, such as the firm’s charitable support of the Denton 100 Club.
An all-volunteer, registered non-profit organization, the Denton 100 Club endeavors to support the police department of Denton, Texas—including its officers and their families—in times of need. In the normal course of activity, the Denton 100 Club provides equipment and training resources to help keep officers safe. Under more extreme circumstances, such as when an officer is injured or killed in the line of duty, the club provides financial assistance to the officer’s family.
Since its founding, the Denton 100 Club has raised and apportioned over $100,000 in assistance to the department, its officers, and their family members. For more information on the Denton 100 Club or to contribute, please visit http://www.denton100club.com.
The Denton, Texas-based Law Offices of Tim Powers has a substantial record of assisting in the defense of criminal and DWII cases in Denton County, Texas and the surrounding areas. In addition to providing effective counsel to its clients, the Law Offices of Tim Powers is engaged as a responsible member of the local community. One of the several charities the firm supports is the Denton State Supported Living Center (DSSLC).
Formerly The Denton State School, the Denton State Supported Living Center provides an idyllic, active, and therapeutic home for over 580 individuals diagnosed with profound mental disabilities. Now in its 53rd year of service, DSSLC serves 18 North Texas counties and is the largest of 12 homes operated under the auspices of the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services. Additionally, the Center employs a staff of more than 1,600 individuals in order to provide 24/7 resident care.
For more information on the facility, programs, and efforts of the Denton State Supported Living Center, or to volunteer services, please visit www.dentonstatesupportedlivingcenter.org.