The Texas Drowning Prevention Alliance is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation that produces and sends water safety resources to health care settings, schools, and special events to help prevent drownings.

We are dedicated to spreading water safety across Texas and beyond. Learn About TXDPA.

We are dedicated to spreading water safety across Texas and beyond.

Learn About TXDPA.

Find CPR classes, swim schools, pool safety equipment, and more. View Online Resources.

Find CPR classes, swim schools, pool safety equipment, and more.

View Online Resources.

We proudly partner with the Texas Pediatric Society and other great organizations. View TXDPA Partners.

We proudly partner with the Texas Pediatric Society and other great organizations.

View TXDPA Partners.

Our Mission:

TXDPA is dedicated to educating Texas families for heightened water safety awareness to prevent accidental drowning by promoting collaboration among state and community organizations

Our Vision:

A safe and drown-free Texas where families and communities work together to enhance water safety

Parents, pay attention! These are the four things you need to know when it comes to supervising your swimmers.
Texans working together to prevent drowning. Examine where the risk is in all aquatic environments. Develop a plan for each family, community, Texan. Protective layers: swim lessons, life jackets, CPR. Always assign a water watcher.

Texans working together to prevent drowning. Examine where the risk is in all aquatic environments. Develop a plan for each family, community, Texan. Protective layers: swim lessons, life jackets, CPR. Always assign a water watcher.


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