Tuesday, March 02, 2021

South Central Training Center
Serving the state of Texas


Canine Companions for Independence South Central Region is the sixth and newest region. The Kinkeade Campus at Baylor Scott & White Health is located in Irving, Texas, and is the first assistance dog program to partner with a healthcare system. The campus is named for United States District Judge Ed Kinkeade, who took the lead in bringing this partnership together for the formation of a campus to serve the state of Texas. We look forward to continuing to enhance lives through our wonderful assistance dogs in the Lone Star State.

Public tours of the Kinkeade campus are held the 1st Thursday of each month at 1:30 pm. No RSVP required.

South Central Region Board of Directors:
United States District Judge Ed Kinkeade, Board Chair | Bill Anderson | Mandy Anderson | Dr. Alejandro (Alex) Arroliga | Andrea Barefield | W. H. (Bill) Brian, Jr. | Diane Brierley | Catalina Cooper | Dr. Bill Cunningham | John Drake | John Goodrich | Kim Hartz | Kristen Hinton | Bill Hooten | Pamela Jones | Erin LaMonte | Dr. Michelle Ludwig | Ralph "Skip" McBride | Nikki Moll | Todd Patterson | Nick Serafy

Texas Puppy Raisers Needed!
More Texas puppy raisers means more Texans' lives forever changed. Volunteer puppy raising is a unique way to make an impact in your community and give the gift of independence to someone with a disability. To learn about becoming a volunteer puppy raiser please click here.

Canine Companions for Independence
Kinkeade Campus
at Baylor Scott & White Health
7710 Las Colinas Ridge
Irving, TX 75063
(214) 259-4700 Voice
(800) 572-BARK (2275) Toll-free

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