Center for Success and Independence to host 20th Anniversary ‘Bejeweled’ Gala


WHAT: The Center for Success and Independence’s 20th Anniversary “Bejeweled” Gala benefitting Houston-area teens with additive, mental health and trauma backgrounds. The gala will honor Texas football legend Earl Campbell, an NFL Hall of Fame member who played for both the University of Texas and the Houston Oilers. Fellow NFL Hall of Fame member John “the General” McClain will serve as Master of Ceremonies and singer/songwriter Travis Meadows will provide the entertainment.

WHERE: Alara Garage
3233 West 11th Street
Houston, TX 77008

WHEN: 7 p.m. – Midnight, Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019

HOW: Interested parties can purchase reserved tables that range from $1,000 – $10,000. Individual ticket fees are $175 each. For more information or to purchase tables or tickets, visit

Gala sponsorship packages and additional information is posted at:

ABOUT: Founded in 1999 by renowned psychotherapist Robert Woods, M.Ed., and his partner Marylou Erbland, Ph.D., the Center for Success and Independence is a Houston-based residential and intensive outpatient treatment program for kids aged 12 to 17, whose psychological and emotional disorders, addictions and/or history of trauma have impaired their behavioral functioning and adversely impacted their everyday home, school and community environment. TCSI is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so all financial commitments are tax deductible.

Earl Campbell


Travis Meadows