The Titans West group was brought together by Lilith, and included the original Hawk & Dove....as well as two characters with previous histories (though not directly with the Teen Titans....).
Kathy stalled for time, promising the girl she would train her, but Bat-Girl got into action as Batman, Robin and Batwoman were trapped by King Cobra and his gang...
...and this story was reprinted in Batman Annual #7 of 1964 as well as in the 1972 volume of Batman From the '30s to the 1970s.
Killer Moth), returned again, with "Bat-Mite Meets Bat-Girl" in Batman #144 (December, 1961) by Bill Finger and Sheldon Moldoff, with Bat-Girl and Robin alone in Gotham, and Bat-Girl professing her love for Robin, and Bat-Mite getting in the middle of the problem (this story being reprinted in Batman From the '30s to the 1970s and the Batman in the Sixties tradepaperback of 1999.
Ace the Bat-Hound, and Batwoman and Bat-Girl (though a new Batgirl, Barbara Gordon showed up in Detective Comics #359 of January, 1967, related to Com. Gordon instead of Batwoman), and Betty had faded away, popping up as a tennis player during Wonder Woman's trials in Wonder Woman #219 (August-September, 1975 by Martin Pasko and Curt Swan).
Charley was pretty much left to back to his regular life in Justice League of America #117 (April, 1975, by Elliot S! Maggin and Dick Dillin), as Hawkman returned....(and Charley didn't make either cover, the kid gets no respect!).
....and it would even after the mystery was solved; but let's not get a head of our selves.
The Joker's Daughter would return again, but in a slightly different form....
(The Batman Family #9 story was reprinted in the Batgirl: Greatest Stories Ever Told tradepaperback of 2011).
Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl, Speedy, Hawk, Dove, Lilith, Mal, Gnarrk, Harlequin, Bumblebee, Golden Eagle and Bat-Girl), except for one, little Beast Boy (who met the Teen Titans early in his career with the Doom Patrol), and joined the Titans finally during the Titans West time at the urging of Lilith, but little Garfield Logan is more associated with the Teen Titans in his identity of Changeling, with other Titans like Raven, Starfire and Cyborg, so we'll cover him then!