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1 Prepared by the Department of State Health Services TRI Criminal Justice Workgroup

2 Table of Contents Page Introduction 3 Vision for Texas Peer Recover Coach: Criminal Justice Perspective.. 4 Becoming a Peer Recovery Coach 5 Peer Recovery Coach Training.. 6 Current Recovery Coaches....7 Texas Communities with ROSC (by city - alphabetical) DSHS Registered Faith Based Service Groups Region I.. 14 Region II Region III Region IV 21 Region V. 22 Region VI The TDCJ Partner s Program..25 Winners Circle..26 Additional Resources to Recovery.. 27 Additional Faith-based Resources..28 Additional Resources Adolescent/Young Adult Faith-Based Services Twelve Step Programs in Texas.33 Outreach, Screening, Assessment and Referral Centers Employment and Training Information 37 Employer Incentives Fidelity Bonding Services.41 Local Workforce Solution Centers Acknowledgements..48 2

3 PURPOSE Welcome to the Texas Recovery Initiative (TRI) Criminal Justice Population Resource Guide. The guide was developed to assist individuals who provide Recovery Support Services (RSS) in identifying statewide services for the criminal justice population. The guide assists peer recovery specialists and coaches fulfill their role as a resource broker by linking those in recovery to positive recovery services throughout the state of Texas. 3

4 Vision for Texas Peer Recovery Coach: Criminal Justice Perspective To develop qualified Peer Recovery Coaches to work within the correctional and community substance abuse treatment setting serves as the center of our focus. The specialist will work along side licensed and certified substance abuse professionals to serve as mentors encouraging and training offenders to begin the process of becoming a Peer Recovery Coach while incarcerated by demonstrating and instilling the value that recovery is possible for every individual, family and community. Reciprocal respect between the licensed, certified professionals and the Coach and the recognition of the Coach s recovery is a vital credential that they bring to the field will be encouraged and established. Coaches will be trained in the delivery of evidenced based principles, and on-going skill development. Training shall adhere to the standards and requirements established by the Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals Board (TCBAP) for certifying Peer Recovery Coaches. Coaches will have the support, access, credibility, competency, respect and valued role within the correctional treatment environment and community treatment service delivery system to positively impact the lives of individuals experiencing addiction challenges. Utilizing the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Partner s Program; the Coaches will begin the process as an approved volunteer or Partner (see Volunteer Service Plan), with an overall goal of becoming mentors to offenders during their incarceration and throughout their recovery. 4

5 Becoming a Peer Recovery Coach The Peer Recovery Coach (PRC) credential standardizes qualifications of those working in peer recovery support within the field of chemical dependency, mental health, and/or co-occurring disorders. The following PRC credentialing guidelines have been developed by the Texas Certification Board of Addiction Professionals (TCBAP) following proposed IC&RC International Standards. Peer Recovery Coach Requirements The minimum requirements for certification of a PRS shall include academic achievement and adherence to a code of ethics, including the following: Verification of a minimum education level of a high school diploma or jurisdictionally certified high school equivalency Verification of at least 46 education hours specific to the PRS domains with 10 hours in each of the domains of Advocacy, Mentoring/Education, and Recovery Support and 16 hours in the domain of Ethical Responsibility. Peer Recovery Support Domains: Advocacy (Minimum of 10 education hours required) Mentoring/Education (Minimum of 10 education hours required) Recovery Support (Minimum of 10 education hours required) Ethical Responsibility (Minimum of 16 education hours required) All persons who apply for the PRC certification through the Texas Certification Board should be a resident of Texas. Exceptions to the residency requirement will be considered on an individual basis by petition to the Texas Certification Board. 5

6 Recovery Coach Training For those who would like to become a Credentialed Peer Recovery Support Specialist, the following organizations offer training hours which will give the participants the tools and resources necessary to provide recovery support services. Association of Person Affected by Addiction 2438 Butler Street Suite 120 Dallas, TX ) 634-APAA Website: Communities for Recovery (CFORR) Peer Recovery Support Center 4110 Guadalupe Building 635 Austin, Texas (512) Website: East Texas Council of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse 708 Glencrest Lane Longview, Texas or for information regarding Recovery Coach Academy Recovery Alliance P.O. Box 9669 El Paso, Texas Phone: or Toll Free: Website: Recovery Coach Academy Houston, Texas 6

7 Current Recovery Coaches The Texas Department of State Health Service will develop and post a list of Peer Recovery Support Specialists on their website. Please refer to Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) 7

8 Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) emphasize the importance of community collaborations and partnership, including governmental agencies at all levels, to ensure the continuum of care available for other chronic care diseases (such as diabetes or heart disease) for persons affected by substance use disorders. ROSC services enhance each individual s personal strengths and improve their social functions while allowing them to build recovery self-management skills by providing continuing support during the recovery process. Peers in recovery are essential factors in helping others achieve recovery. For additional information contact the individual(s) listed below on how you may become involved in a local ROSC community. Texas Communities Initiating Recovery Oriented Systems of Care Amarillo Recovery Initiative Amarillo held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on October 27, For additional information contact: Sam Patterson, Amarillo Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (806) or Abilene Recovery Initiative Abilene held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on June 29, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Melanie Seals at the Abilene Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (325) , ext. 106 or Alamo Addiction Recovery Initiative (San Antonio) Recovery Initiative San Antonio held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on December 13, Current workgroups: Workforce Development Recovery Support Resources Public Relations and Communications Community Education For additional information contact Abigail Moore at the San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (210) or Austin Recovery Initiative 8

9 Austin held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on April 19, Current workgroups: Education & Advocacy/Community Building Continuity of Care/Resources Policy & Funding For additional information contact RJ Garcia: (512) ; or Drew Brooks: (512) ; Beaumont Recovery Initiative Beaumont held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on August 9, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information on attending contact Fred Mitchell at Southeast Regional Planning Commission (409) ext or Corpus Christi Corpus Christi held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on November 15, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information on attending contact James Sandoval at Gulf Coast Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (361) or Joe Sandoval Dallas Recovery initiative Dallas held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on January 18, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information on attending contact Delores White at Dallas Challenge: (972) or East Texas (Longview) Recovery Initiative 9

10 Longview held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on May 24, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Maureen Walston, East Texas Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse at: (903) or Fort Worth Recovery Initiative Fort Worth held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off on May 23, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact: Jennifer Gilley, Tarrant County Challenge: (817) or or Ronna Huckaby, Recovery Resource Council: (817) or Galveston Recovery Initiative Galveston held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on August 10, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information on attending contact Sue Davis at the Gulf Coast Center MHMR: (409) or Houston Recovery Initiative (HRI) The Houston Recovery Initiative (HRI) began as a pilot project in May Current workgroups: Embracing the 12-Step community Development of a coalition to seek funding for Community Recovery Services Creation of alternative recovery support groups for those that do not fit within the traditional 12-Step support group pattern For more information contact Leonard Kincaid at the Houston Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (281) or 10

11 Lubbock Recovery Initiative Lubbock held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on June 22, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Craig Halsell at (806) or Lufkin/Nacogdoches Lufkin/Nacogdoches held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on December 1, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Chris Logan at Deep East Texas Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (409) or Midland/Odessa Recovery Initiative Midland/Odessa held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on August 1, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Carol Blevins, Permian Basin Regional Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (432) or Paso Del Norte ROSC Collaborative (El Paso Recovery) Initiative El Paso held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off on May 9, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Carolina Gonzalez: (915) or Camille Castillo: (915) or 11

12 Rio Grande Valley Recovery Initiative The Rio Grande Valley held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on July 11, Cities collaborating in this initiative are: Brownsville, Edinburg, Laredo, McAllen, and Pharr. Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Joe Hernandez at the Rio Grande Valley Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (956) or Round Rock/Georgetown Initiative Round Rock/Georgetown held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on November 16, For additional information contact Jamie Schmitt, Bluebonnet Trail MHMR: (254) or San Angelo Recovery Initiative The Concho Valley Recovery Initiative held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on October 21, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Eric Sanchez, Concho Valley Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (325) or Paulette Schell: or San Marcos Recovery Initiative San Marcos held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on November 7, For additional information on contact: Sue Cohen, Hays-Caldwell Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (512) ext. 210 or Tyler Recovery Initiative Tyler held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on December 2, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact: Chair-Timothy Ming, Co-Chair- Eric Broughton: (903) or Co-Chair-David Haley: (903) or 12

13 Victoria Recovery Initiative The Victoria Recovery Initiative held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on November 7, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact: Daniel Barrientos, Mid-Coast Family Services: (361) or Waco/Killeen Recovery Initiative The Waco Recovery Initiative held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on August 12, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For additional information contact Jamie Schmitt, Bluebonnet Trail MHMR: (254) or Wichita Falls Recovery Initiative The Wichita Falls Recovery Initiative held its Recovery Oriented Systems of Care (ROSC) kick-off meeting on January 11, Current workgroups: Treatment Services Recovery Support Services Public Policy Consumer and Client Perspective For information on attending contact: Melanie Seals, Abilene Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (325) ext. 106 or or Karla Rose, Abilene Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse: (325) ROSC Community Meetings Local ROSC meetings are scheduled monthly by each community. If interested in attending a local ROSC community meeting please contact the individual(s) listed to find out when their next meeting will be held. 13

14 Texas Department of State Health Services Registered Faith-Based Organizations (Some organizations may not be operating. Please call before going) REGION I Azle Teen Challenge Azle Dallas/ Fort Worth Men s Campus 1009 Flat Rock Road Azle, Texas (817) Services Provided: Male/female, 18 years or older, residential substance abuse addiction treatment, vocational training, mentoring Montgomery Creative Outreach Ministries International, Inc. P.O. Box 1325 Montgomery, Texas (936) Services Provided: Alternative Housing for Women coming out of prison on parole: 12+ month residential requirement, Substance Abuse Treatment, life skills, anger resolution, communication skills, financial management, GED, Computer and Job Training. Crockett Becoming, Inc. P.O. Box 364 Crockett, Texas (409) Services provided: Substance Abuse Follow-up Counseling Prisoners Bible Institute, Inc. DBA Therapon Counseling Centers P.O. Box 1168 Crockett, Texas (409) Paul & Jeri Carlin (work with offenders at Eastham) Services provided: The Truth for Living Seminar series is conducted both in prisons and local churches. The curriculum is a one-day teaching that focuses on one of many subjects that include: Belief Therapy, Choose Life, Conditions of the Mind, Cycles of Consequences, His Steps, Satan and The Saint, The 2 nd Peter Principle, The 7 Aspects of Unconditional Love, The Dangers of Spiritual Relapse. Magnolia Teen Challenge of Texas Misty Meadow Drive Magnolia, Texas (281) Services Provided: Male/female, 18 years or older, residential substance abuse addiction treatment, vocational training, mentoring 14

15 REGION II Alba Christian Guidance Center 8278 FM 779 Alba, Texas (903) Services Provided: Adult anger management, substance abuse counseling, Sobriety Over Substance. Atlanta West Side Baptist Church 712 West Main Street Atlanta, Texas (903) Pastor Howard Services Provided: Faith-based Counseling Bogata Texas Dream Center Paris Christian Center, Inc. 605 Paris Rd. Bogata, Texas (903) Services Provided: Male/Female Substance Abuse Counseling, anger management, emotional struggles Cleburne Operation Blessing of Johnson County, Inc. P.O. Box 1048 Cleburne, Texas (817) Services Provided: Food, clothing, and The Venting Place - Counselors Dallas MetroHaven of Love, Inc Corinth St. Ste. 140 Dallas, Texas (214) Services Provided: Transitional housing, recovery support services, personalized case management, faithbased recovery program, life skills training/financial management, basic computer education, employment coaching/job assistance, GED & Adult Literacy Referral, medical, dental, vision and legal referral. Reconciliation Outreach Ministries 4311 Bryan Street Dallas, Texas / Male Adult Glenn Haughton 214/ Female Adult Juanita Chambers 214/ Services Provided: 12-step, residential rehab programs Prison aftercare: life skills, morality, faith-based principles, transitional housing, job readiness training, 1 on 1 mentoring and counseling. Fort Worth Eastland Street Baptist Church 4300 Eastland St. Fort Worth, Texas (817) Services Provided: Food Pantry Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, P.O. Box 7779 (2901 N.E. 28 th Street) Fort Worth, Texas (817) Services Provided: Residential Alcohol and Drug Dependency Counseling Greenville Say No to Drugs Foundation, the 5805 Shelby Avenue Greenville, Texas (903) Services Provided: Alcohol, Drug and Substance Abuse Dependency, Prevention and Treatment Lancaster Love House, The 2306 McIntosh Court Lancaster, Texas (972) Services Provided: Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment, Male and Female Adults (working on establishing a juvenile after-care program in the near future). Maud Damascus Home of Redwater, Inc County Road 1202 North Maud, Texas (903)

16 Services Provided: In house male/female drug and alcohol abuse facility. Do not have transitional facility at this time. Plano Marilynn Watkins Ministries P.O. Box Plano, Texas (972) Services Provided: 24 hours a day drug/alcohol counseling, pastoral counseling, experienced in working with ex-offenders Roanoke Tabernacle Baptist Church DBA The Master s Touch Therapon Counseling 205-A North Oak Street Roanoke, Texas (817) masterstouchcounseling.com Services Provided: Addiction Counseling, Marriage/Family Counseling, grief processing, anger management, conflict resolution, and anxiety. Texarkana Church on the Rock 1601 Mall Drive Texarkana, Texas (903) Services Provided: Wednesday Night 7:00 pm. Recovery Class for substance abuse/alcohol addictions Troup New Creation Foundation, Inc West Noble Troup, Texas (903) Services Provided: Male residential 12-month program, live on campus, work programs, counseling for anxiety, abuse, and drug or alcohol addiction. Starting a female facility in

17 REGION III Bay City Eagle Heart Ministries, Inc CR 162 Bay City, Texas (979) Services Provided: Counseling, 9-step Christ Centered Substance Abuse Study, Anger Management, and much more. Baytown Church on the Rock Bay Area Christian Counselors 7123 Decker Drive Baytown, Texas (281) Counseling line: (281) Services Provided: Substance Abuse Counseling, Anger Management, individual counseling and Marriage counseling must attend church regularly. Beaumont Life Training Institute, Inc. DBA Compassion Christian Counseling P.O. Box (1297 Calder) Beaumont, Texas (409) Services Provided: Getting Off Drugs in 14 weeks (G.O.D. 14), Marriage Counseling, Coaching, Counseling, Recovery for the Whole Person (body, soul, and spirit), and Christian Women s Job Corps North Church of Beaumont, The 8060 Eastex Freeway Beaumont, Texas (409) Services Provided: Bondage Breakers: Weekly addictions class 7:00 p.m. Monday nights. Transformation & Restoration Center, Inc. The 4347 Crow Road Beaumont, Texas (409) Services Provided: Counseling: Telephone or in person, educational classes, individual, small or large groups Channelview Make Over in Christ, Inc Deer Pass Channelview, Texas (281) Services Provided: A Substance Abuse Ministry. Substance Abuse & Mental Health, Mission to educate, assist, uplift, train and guide. Risk Reduction Techniques & transitional housing assistance. Galveston CHRISTUS Our Daily Bread 2420 Winnie Street Galveston, Texas (409) Services Provided: Address homelessness, addictions, provide nutritious meals, clean clothing, and personal hygiene. Houston Abundant Life Cathedral Houston Harwin Drive Houston, Texas Services Provided: Spiritual Guidance, Men s support groups, Women s support groups. African-American Fellowship & Ministry, Inc. P.O. Box (8300 Bissonnet, Suite 330 Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Certified Substance Abuse Counseling, no intake at this time due to budget constraints (4/30/12) Bible Way Fellowship Baptist Church/ONE Powerful Movement Community Development Center (Church address: Hartsook Road) (Center address: 9000 Frey) Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: M-Thurs. 10:00 a.m. 7 p.m. Substance Abuse Counseling, Parenting classes, GED prep, English & Spanish as a second language, anger management, Faith-Based Counseling, academic & computer training, life skills, essential job skills and adult and family literacy programs. No charge for most programs. 17

18 By The Way Community Development Corporation 1415 Cushing Street, Suite B Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Drug & Alcohol Prevention, treatment, transitional housing and innovated programs, job placement and training, prison prevention. Family Church Woodford Drive Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Table in the Wilderness, a substance abuse in-house program for men. Enhancement Education & Counseling Center 2611 FM 1960 Houston, Texas (281) Services Provided: Substance Abuse Counseling, transitional living, intensive outpatient, anger management Grace Point Community Church 1315 S. Dairy Ashford Houston, Texas (281) Joe Cantu, Pastor Services Provided: Offers Recovery Celebration, a substance abuse recovery program. His Father s Heart Ministries 7887 Beechnut Street Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Faith-based support helping exoffenders and their families, one-on-one counseling and groups, Substance abuse, anger management, reintegration back into society, job counseling, mentoring. Locations at: 6300 Kuykendahl Rd. Houston, Texas NW Central, Ste. F109 Houston, Texas Austin Pkwy Sugar Land) Sugar Land, Texas 5302 Arbor Vitae Houston, Texas On Track Ministries 3401 Liberty Road Houston, Texas (713/ Services Provided: Anger Management, Transitional living (fee), and Church on site Only Jesus Can Set You Free Ministries P.O. Box (10085 West Park, Suite G) Houston, Texas (832) Services Provided: Substance Abuse Counseling Wednesday nights 6:30 8:00 p.m., Sunday 9:00 a.m., anger management, has worked with TDCJ offender population for years. FREE Open Door Mission Foundation, The P.O. Box 9356 Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Intensive 9 month Christ-centered program to overcome: Drug/alcohol addictions, selfdiscovery, life skills, mentoring, counseling, 12-step program, low-income transitional housing, job readiness, job references, etc. Real Urban Ministry, Inc Winbern Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Drug/alcohol recovery, help for Veterans. Salvation Army, A Georgia Corporation, The 1500 Austin Street Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Transitional housing, group and individual therapy, drug/alcohol treatment Salvation Army, The/Adult Rehabilitation 1015 Hemphill Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Drug/alcohol treatment, group and individual therapy Salvation Army (Sally s House) 1717 Congress Ave. Houston, Texas / Services Provided: Adult single women with drug/alcohol addictions 18

19 Star of Hope Men s Development Center 1811 Ruiz Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Homeless shelter, substance abuse recovery, literacy, education, life management skills, career development The Recovery & Restoration Project Christian Outreach Center 4333 W. Little York Houston, Texas (713) ext. 103 Services Provided: Anger Management, GED, Substance Abuse family counseling, individual substance abuse counseling, outpatient treatment and intervention. ViRay Ministries, Inc. P.O. Box Houston, Texas (281) Services Provided: Drug & Alcohol counseling, crisis intervention, chemical abuse treatment facility, treatment, therapy, aftercare, support groups Wholistic Christian Church P.O. Box 8284 (2600 S. Loop West, Suite 220) Houston, Texas (713) Services Provided: Counseling for abuse, addiction, violence, individual and groups through phone, in-person or internet. Humble Grace Church of Humble P.O. Box 1344 Humble, Texas (281) Services Provided: currently 1 time a week Cross Over to Recovery. Oct/Nov start date Celebrate Recovery - any kind of addictions overeating, stress, worrying, sex, obsessive compulsiveness, anger, depression and a multitude of life's hurts, habits and hang-ups. Be a part of this proven program that takes a Biblical approach to overcoming addiction. Hungerford Missouri City Mega Complex Outreach, Inc., The Quail Hunt Lane Missouri City, Texas (281) Services Provided: Food Pantry; sheltering persons with mental illnesses, drug & alcohol addictions (young adults out of CPS & foster homes) day program (only court ordered) Pasadena Cross in the City 1320 Scott Street Pasadena, Texas (713) Services Provided: Adult & Juvenile mentoring, counseling, educational programs, families in crisis counseling. Harbor Ministries Life Training Center, Inc., 2715 Perez Pasadena, Texas (713) Services Provided: Assist men who are homeless, addicted to drugs or alcohol, coming out of jail or prison. Teen Challenge Pasadena/Houston Women s Campus 802 Fresa Road Pasadena, Texas (713) Services Provided: Male/female, 18 years or older, residential substance abuse addiction treatment, vocational training, mentoring Rosenberg Living Word Ministries International (Formerly Because We Care Ministries) 1421 West Street Rosenberg, Texas Services Provided: Alcohol and Drug Prevention and 12-step program in the evenings. Straightway, Inc. P.O. Box 134 Hungerford, Texas (979) Services Provided: Residential Drug & Alcohol Rehab Program, male & female, families, unwed mothers. 19

20 Wharton Just Do It, Now P.O. Box 787 (1619 Martin Luther King Blvd) Wharton, TX (979) Services Provided: Individual and group sessions, substance abuse counseling, marriage & family counseling, life skills, GED program, social reintegration, Criminal Recovery Program 20

21 REGION IV Abilene Salvation Army, The 1726 Butternut Street Abilene, Texas (214) Services Provided: Homeless to work program, assistance with utilities, rent, prescriptions and lodging and homeless services. Alice Tabernacle of Praise 2489 North Texas Blvd. Alice, Texas (361) Services Provided: If attend church regularly, the pastor will provide individual counseling. (No other programs) El Paso Holy Spirit Episcopal Church Kenworthy Street El Paso, Texas (915) Services Provided: Food Pantry 4 th Saturday each month Harlingen Exodus Project Counseling Center 622 W. Buchanan Ave Suite B Harlingen, Texas (956) Services Provided: Substance Abuse & Relapse Counseling, one-on-one AA/NA, sponsorship, anger management, spiritual and marriage counseling. San Antonio Christian World Counseling Center 6633 Walzem Road San Antonio, Texas (210) Services Provided: Provide guidance and help locate services in the area. San Antonio for Christ Ministries, Inc. 343 Spaatz San Antonio, Texas (210) Services Provided: In house 6 month drug abuse counseling, rehabilitation, aftercare. Teen Challenge of Texas 3850 South Loop 1604 West San Antonio, Texas (361) Services Provided: Male/Female, 18 years or older, residential substance abuse addiction treatment, vocational training, mentoring Victoria Billy T. Cattan Recovery Outreach, Inc Halsey Victoria, Texas (361) 576-HOPE or Services Provided: Alcohol/chemical dependency treatment facility, outpatient intervention and treatment for adults, individual and group sessions as well as aftercare for individuals who have completed treatment. 21

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