620 East Afton Oaks Blvd
FAX: 490-9430

OFFICE HOURS: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday
ELIGIBILITY/FEES: Residential treatment center for referrals from Texas Youth Commission, Child Protective Services and Juvenile Probation Department. No fees.
PROGRAM OFFERED: The drug and alcohol programs provide a comprehensive approach to chemical dependency treatment that is designed to impact clients in the interrelated areas of substance use/abuse, socialization, education/vocation, family, and delinquency/criminality.

PHILOSOPHY: 12-step, behavioral, cognitive, medical, and psychiatric.
DRUG PROBLEMS ADDRESSED: Alcohol, amphetamines, barbiturates, cannabis, cocaine/crack, hallucinogens, heroin/opioids, inhalants, nicotine, poly-drug, and prescription drugs.
POPULATIONS SERVED: Texas Youth Commission adolescent males, ages 10 to 14; Texas Department of Family and Protective Services adolescent males and females, ages 10 to 17; Contracted county juvenile probation department adolescent males and females, ages 10 to 17.

TREATMENT STATEGIES: Cognitive behavior therapy, continuing after care, individual sessions, group counseling, family counseling, recreational therapy, relapse prevention, self-help groups, stress and anger management, and vocational training.

FORMS OF PAYMENT ACCEPTED: State-funded through the Texas Department of Family Protective Services (TDFPS), contracted county Juvenile Probation Departments and the Texas Youth Commission (TYC).
PROGRAM COMPONENTS: Residential treatment, and emergency shelter.
PROGRAM ACCREDITATIONS: Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services.