The agency provides outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services with the utmost confidentiality, as required by professional counseling ethics, as well as state and federal law.
- YPU (Youth Prevention Universal) Paso A Paso is a program which targets elementary school children. The program teaches Botvin’s LifeSkills an evidence-based curriculum in the elementary schools. Our program also provides information dissemination, supervised alternative drug and alcohol free activities and parent education.
- YPS (Youth Prevention Selected) Familias Saludables is a program which promotes a proactive process to promote health and wellness for individuals, families and communities. The program uses the FAST (Families and Schools Together) model to build protective factors and reduce the risk factors associated with substance abuse and related problem behaviors for children 4 to 12 years old and their parents.
- YPI (Youth Prevention Indicated) Positive Action is a program which offers constructive methods designed to interrupt the onset or progression of substance abuse in the early stages. The program uses the Positive Action Curriculum and Indicated Counseling, referral and follow-up which is an effective, problem-focused, and practical approach to the elimination of substance abuse risk factors for adolescents 14 to 17 years old and their families.
- RBI (Rural Border Intervention) Motivational Interviewing is a client-centered, directive method for enhancing intrinsic motivation to change by exploring and resolving ambivalence. The program is designed to provide short term counseling for youth 12 -17 and adults who are not ready or able to receive treatment services. (Available in Zapata, Starr, Jim Hogg & Duval Counties)
- TRA (Treatment for Adults) Outpatient Treatment Program targets adults (Primary those who are indigent) and their families with substance abuse problems. These services may include assessment, individual/group counseling, case-management and referral to other agencies as needed.
- TRA (SWP) (Treatment for Adults-Specialized Women’s Program) Outpatient Treatment Program for Specialized Females targets adult females with substance abuse issues who have children under the age 18 and/or are pregnant. We offer assessment, individual/group and family counseling, case-management, food assistance and referral services.
- TCO (Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders) Dual Diagnosis Outpatient Treatment Program provides adjunct services that are designed to support adults and youths with both mental and substance abuse issues. We offer assessment, individual counseling, case-management and referral services.
- AOPD (Administration Offices of the Probation Department) is an after-care Outpatient Treatment Program for clients on federal probation. These services cover both mental health and substance abuse issues and may include assessment, individual/group counseling, and referral to other agencies as needed.
- TRY (Treatment for Youth Program) Outpatient Treatment Program for Youth targets adolescent’s substance abuse issues who are under the age 18 in Starr and Hidalgo counties. We offer assessment, individual/group and family counseling, case-management, food assistance and referral services.
- TYF (Treatment for Youth – Specialized Female Program) Outpatient Treatment Program for Female Youth targets pregnant and parenting female adolescents and their children who are between the ages of 13 and 17 in Webb County. We offer assessment, individual/group and family counseling, case-management, and referral services.
- Caminos de la Frontera (SAMHSA) This program targets IDU, crack, and cocaine users from urban areas and “Colonias” at risk of HIV infection or transmission. It provides outpatient substance abuse counseling and HIV services including case management, HIV testing and STD/Hepatitis C education.
- HEI (HIV Early Intervention) Program targets individuals who are HIV positive and are dealing with substance abuse. The program provides case management, transportation, support groups as well as food assistance.
- CTR (Counseling Testing and Referral) HIV Testing as well as pre and post- counseling for individuals at high-risk of HIV infection. Program includes risk reduction planning and applicable referrals.
- VOICES (Video Opportunities for Innovative Condom Education and Safer Sex) Risk reduction program to educate individuals about safe sex to prevent HIV infections and STD’s through condom use and condom negotiation.
- MANY MEN MANY VOICES (3MV) Risk reduction program to prevent HIV infections among men that are having sex with other men. The program also provides proper referrals.
Supportive Housing Program
- Next Step The Next Step program is a Supportive Housing Program that provides permanent supportive housing, case management and substance abuse referral services to single disabled adults who are experiencing chronic homelessness and substance abuse problems. The facility has 16 single rooms for males and 2 apartments to house 4 females, staff offices, multi-purpose room, laundry facilities, community kitchen and outdoor areas for recreation and gardening.