RMYA receives the Steve Wick Innovative Program Award from the Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) for the RMYA Centro Seguro Drop-In Center.
RMYA becomes a licensed Safe Place agency with the National Safe Place Network.
RMYA Board member Mark Morkovsky named Volunteer of the Year by Texas Network Of Youth Services (TNOYS).
RMYA caseworker Eric Elizondo named Professional Youth Worker of the Year by TNOYS.
RMYA Board member Mark Morkovsky was named a finalist in the San Antonio Business Journal’s 2017 Corporate Philanthropy and Non-Profit Awards.
The Texas Education Agency renews the charter for Meadowland Charter School through 2023.
RMYA is named 2013 Nonprofit of the Year by the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce.
RMYA receives reaccreditation from the Council on Accreditation (COA).
RMYA is named a San Antonio Express-News 2011 Top Workplace.
RMYA is named a San Antonio Express-News 2010 Top Workplace.
RMYA is recipient of the San Antonio Ethics in Business award in the Not for Profit Category.
RMYA receives Council on Accreditation (COA) Certification.
RMYA awarded a Child Placing Agency, allowing us to create a Foster Family Program in the Boerne area.
RMYA awarded the federally funded Transitional Living Program (TLP) grant for TurningPoint Transitional Living Program.
Youth Alternatives was awarded the Services to at Risk Youth (STAR) grant to open a community counseling center.