The Finance Division supports all Texas Juvenile Justice Department operations through financial services, procurement, business operations, data management, and legislative reporting and statistical analysis.
The division supports the mission of TJJD by providing dependable financial and business services that facilitate the effective performance of all agency functions.
Finance seeks to deliver accurate and timely financial and other data to enable informed business decisions, efficient management of agency financial resources and excellent delivery of services to the youth of Texas.
Allocation of State Funds to Local Communities
The Texas Juvenile Justice Department (TJJD) works in partnership with local juvenile boards and juvenile probation departments to support and enhance juvenile probation services throughout the state. To accomplish this goal, TJJD allocates funds through contracts to juvenile boards for the operation of their probation departments' programs and services for troubled youth and their families. TJJD is the primary agency through which state funds for community-based juvenile justice system programs and services are channeled to the counties.
Important Notice for Post FY 2014 Searches:
Beginning in FY 2015 and forward, counties can receive their disbursement information from the Comptroller’s website located at the link below. Counties will need to have their VIN (Vendor Identification Number) in order to access their information.