T.D.C.J. - C.I.D.

Rehabilitation and Reentry Programs Division

+MISSION STATEMENT+
The Rehabilitation & Reentry Programs Division
was created in October 1995 to effectively coordinate
activities between the divisions of the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ).
The Rehabilitation & Reentry Programs Division has
broad based responsibilities that encompass
every division within the agency to
ensure programs and services are administered
efficiently and with consistency.
Emphasis is placed on the
rehabilitation and re-entry of
offenders into the community.

Included in the Rehabilitation
& Reentry Programs Division are:

Treatment Programs
* InnerChange Freedom Initiative
* Sex Offender Treatment Program
* Substance Abuse Treatment Program
* Youthful Offender Program

Services Related to Offenders
* Chaplaincy Department
* Controlled Substances Testing for Offenders
* County Relations
* DNA Specimen Collection for Offenders
* Volunteer Coordination
* Serious and Violent Offender Reentry
Initiative Program (SVORI)

Online Course Content
* Sex Offender Management Grant
* Correspondence Learning on
Substance Abuse Education and Treatment
Within TDCJ

Contact Numbers:
Madeline Ortiz
Division Director
Rehabilitation & Reentry Programs Division
P. O. Box 99
Huntsville, TX 77340
(936) 437-2180
Fax Number: (936) 437-6299


Rehabilitation and Reentry Programs Division

Substance Abuse Treatment Program
It is the mission of the Substance Abuse Treatment Program
to provide a continuum of substance
abuse treatment services and accountability
programming appropriate to the needs of
the individual offenders, from time of
commitment to the termination of
community supervision or parole,
thereby reducing recidivism and improving public safety.

Goals are to:
* Use treatment and accountability programs to reduce recidivism.

* Make security a partner in substance abuse treatment,
recognizing that treatment is more effective
when security is an integral part of treatment.

* Use substance abuse treatment programming to
improve the work environment of correctional officers.

* Strongly support Alcoholics Anonymous (AA),
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and
other self-help groups.

* Develop a range of substance abuse treatment and
accountability programming so that TDCJ
can cost-effectively address different
levels of chemical dependency and criminality.

* Develop a uniform screening and assessment of
processes throughout TDCJ,
and place substance abusing offenders in
programming that provides the appropriate level
of treatment and accountability programming.

* Use management practices and management information systems
that track individual substance abusing offenders
through every stage of involvement with TDCJ.

* Require close coordination between TDCJ divisions to
ensure substance abusing offenders do not fall between
the cracks of treatment and accountability programming.

* Use outcome evaluation and process evaluation to
analyze programming, and improve programming
based upon evaluation results.

* A Quality Assurance Process shall ensure
the quality of service delivery


The following is a summary of programs by division:

Community Justice Assistance Division/Community
Supervision and Corrections Departments:

Substance Abuse Treatment Facility (SATF)
- a residential community corrections facility
designed specifically to deal with offenders on community
supervision who have substance abuse problems.
The court may place an offender in a SATF
for no less than one month and not more than 24 months.

Specialized Caseloads
- a strategy to manage offenders through
the intensification of supervision services.

Treatment Alternative to Incarceration Program (TAIP)
- ensures rapid placement in treatment,
which is crucial in preventing recidivism
or relapse in the offender population.

Correctional Institutions Division:

Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facilities (SAFP)
- An intensive six-month therapeutic community program
(nine-month program for offenders with special needs)
for offenders who are sentenced by a judge as
a condition of community supervision or
as a modification of parole/community supervision.
The program consists of:
Phase I (Orientation),
a comprehensive assessment and
orientation of the Therapeutic Community;

Phase II (Main Treatment),
which includes education, skills training,
offender lifestyle confrontation,
family dynamics, and peer support groups;

and Phase III (Re-Entry),
the education of offenders in the development
of social skills and the recognition
of the triggers of relapse.
Upon completion of the SAFPF program,
offenders are placed in a community residential
facility/Transitional Treatment Center
for three months, followed by outpatient
treatment for up to twelve additional months.
The aftercare phase administers a diverse range of
therapeutic, residential,
outpatient, and resource programs.
The Special Needs program provides
educational components that address
Axis I mental disorders as well
as personality disorders,
medication regimentation,
and the interaction of disorders
with substances of abuse.

Screening and Assessment
- Each offender is assessed for
substance or alcohol use/abuse,
and, based on that assessment,
may be referred to a
peer support group such as
Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous,
and Secular Organization for Sobriety (SOS),
facilitated by community volunteers.
Community volunteers may also provide assistance
in the transition to community-based support groups.
If the assessment score is indicative
of a serious substance abuse problem,
offenders may be selected to participate in
one of the pre-release programs or
the In-Prison Therapeutic Community.

In-Prison Therapeutic Community (IPTC)
- An intensive six-month treatment program for
eligible offenders who are within six months of
parole release and who are identified as
needing substance abuse treatment.
The Board of Pardons and Paroles
must vote to place qualified offenders
in the therapeutic community program
and successful graduates are
then released on parole.
Programming is similar to
that of the SAFPF program.
Treatment also includes an aftercare phase
which consists of residential care
for three months followed
by nine to twelve months of outpatient counseling.

Pre-Release Substance Abuse Program (PRSAP)
- An intensive six-month program for
eligible offenders within six to nine months
of release as identified by the
Texas Department of Criminal Justice
(TDCJ) Programs Division,
Classification Department and Parole Division.
Treatment modality is similar to
the SAFPF program and includes three phases.

Pre-Release Therapeutic Community (PRTC)
- An intensive six-month treatment program for
offenders in a therapeutic community setting
which provides pre-release services to
offenders within seven months of release.
The PRTC is comprised of three components:
educational/vocational,
substance abuse treatment,
and cognitive restructuring.

Parole Division:

Substance Abuse Supervision Program (SASP)
- is targeted for releasees who have not been
to an In-Prison Therapeutic Community
or Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility,
but who have substance abuse problems.
Once identified by either a positive drug test,
Board-imposed Special Condition for
substance abuse or through self-admission,
the parole officer,
using the Substance Abuse Risk Instrument,
assesses the offender.
The instrument determines three levels of service.
Level 1
offenders receive Substance Abuse Education Programming,
Level 2
offenders receive Substance Abuse Supervision
Programming which includes assessment,
group and individual counseling by
a Parole Division counselor.
All counselors are Licensed Chemical
Dependency Counselors (LCDC) housed at
District Resource Centers and
District Parole Offices throughout the state.
Level 3
offenders are referred to local community
resources to include outpatient counseling,
residential or detoxification.

Drug and Alcohol Testing
- is used to help parole officers identify
substance abusers, refer them to appropriate
treatment programs and monitor progress.

Transitional Treatment Center (TTC)
- is targeted for those releasees who have participated
in the In-Prison Therapeutic Community (IPTC)
or Substance Abuse Felony Punishment
Facility (SAFP) programs.
The TTC is the aftercare component of
the treatment program for releasees from
the IPTC and SAFP facilities,
and lasts for three months.
An additional twelve months of
outpatient care follows.
Specially trained parole officers
supervise offenders.


Business and Finance:

Contracts and Procurement Department
Contracts:
The Contracts Branch of the Contracts and Procurement
Department handles service contracts for private prisons,
halfway houses, state jails, substance abuse treatment
services, sex offender treatment services, professional
services, consulting services, construction services, and
interagency agreements.


Pursuant to HB2835,
this site lists contracts
(includes new awards and renewals)
for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice
for values of $100,000 or higher.
Contracts shall be posted for
the duration of the contract.
This page is categorized by the award bid date.

Order Number: 696-PD-1-2-C0094
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2006
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation - Texas
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20, 952-21
Description: Substance Abuse Treatment Services
Bid Award: Renewal
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:

Order Number: 696-PS-5-7-C0200
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2007
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20
Description: In-Prison Therapeutic Community
Bid Award: New
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:

Order Number: 696-PS-5-7-C0201
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2007
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20
Description: SAFPF/IPTC for Glossbrenner Unit
Bid Award: New
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:

Order Number: 696-PS-5-7-C0202
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2007
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20
Description: In-Prison Therapeutic Community
Bid Award: New
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:

Order Number: 696-PS-5-7-C0203
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2007
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20
Description: SAFPF/IPTC for Halbert Unit
Bid Award: New
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:

Order Number: 696-PS-5-7-C0204
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2007
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20
Description: In-Prison Therapeutic Community
Bid Award: New
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:

Order Number: 696-PS-5-7-C0205
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2007
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20
Description: SAFPF/IPTC for Kyle
Bid Award: New
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:

Order Number: 696-PS-5-7-C0206
Effective Date: 09/01/2004
Ending Date: 08/31/2007
Awarded Vendor: Gateway Foundation
Class/Item: 952-05, 952-06, 952-20
Description: SAFPF/IPTC for Sayle Unit
Bid Award: New
Purchaser's Name: Joe Woolverton
Agency: TDCJ
Email: joe.woolverton@tdcj.state.tx.us
Telephone: 936) 437-7031
Fax: (936) 437-7099
One-Time Purchase: Yes
Comments:


T.D.C.J. - C.I.D. - PRISON UNITS:

GLOSSBRENNER (SO)

Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility
ACA Accredited Unit Since April 2005
Unit Address/Phone:
5100 South FM 1329, San Diego, Texas 78384
(361) 279-2705
Unit Location:
3 miles south of San Diego on FM 1329 in Duvall County
Senior Warden: Kelvin Scott
Division Director: Robert Treon, Region IV
Date Unit Established/On Line:
December 1994
Total Employees*: 136
Non-Security Employees*: 32
Security Employees*: 90
Contract Medical/Psychiatric Employees*: 8/0
Windham/Education Employees*: 6
Offender Population/Gender: 593 / Male
Maximum Capacity: 612
Custody Levels Housed: Substance Abuse Offenders
Approximate Acreage: 283
Agricultural Operations:
Contract Grazing, Security Horses, Unit Garden
Industrial Operations: None
Facility Operations: Unit Maintenance
Medical Capabilities: Managed by UTMB
Ambulatory medical and dental services.
Educational Programs:
Literacy, English as a Second Language
Career and Technology Programs:
Business Computer Information Systems I
Additional Programs:
Substance Abuse Treatment Program/Therapeutic Community Model,
Spiritual Growth Programs, Mentoring Program
Community Work Projects:
Services provided to city and county and government agencies,
local organizations, area school districts.
Volunteer Programs: Chaplaincy, Education, Substance Abuse

HALBERT (BB)

Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility
ACA Accredited Unit Since August 2002
Unit Address/Phone:
P. O. Box 923, Burnet, Texas 78611
(512) 756-6171
Unit Location:
Located at 800 Ellen Halbert Drive off Hwy 281 South,
near the airport in Burnet County,
55 miles northwest of Austin
Senior Warden: Lorie Willis
Division Director: Gilbert Campuzano, Region VI
Date Unit Established/On Line: March 1995
Total Employees*: 142
Non-Security Employees*: 28
Security Employees*: 94
Contract Medical/Psychiatric Employees*: 10
Windham/Education Employees*: 7
Contract Treatment Employees*: 13/0
Offender Population/Gender: 604 / Female
Maximum Capacity: 612
Custody Levels Housed: Substance Abuse Offenders
Approximate Acreage: 300
Agricultural Operations: Contract Grazing
Industrial Operations: None
Facility Operations: Unit Maintenance
Medical Capabilities: Managed by UTMB
Ambulatory medical and dental services.
Special Treatment Programs:
Substance Abuse Treatment Program/Therapeutic Community Model,
Intermediate Sanction parole violators and In-Prison Therapeutic Community II.
Educational Programs: Literacy, CHANGES/Pre-Release
Additional Programs:
Spiritual Growth Programs, Mentoring Program, Marriage Seminars,
Parenting Skills Program, Family Programs
Community Work Projects:
Services provided to city and county agencies, local school districts
and Texas Parks and Wildlife.
Volunteer Programs: Chaplaincy, Education, Substance Abuse

KYLE (KY)

Private Prison
Unit Address/Phone:
23001 IH-35 Kyle, Texas 78640 (512) 268-0079
Unit Location:
7 miles north of San Marcos in Hays County
Senior Warden: Darryl Anderson
Division Director: John Gilbert, Private Facility
Date Unit Established/On Line: June 1989
Total Employees*: 170
Non-Security Employees*: 30
Security Employees*: 83
Contract Medical/Psychiatric Employees*: 11
Windham/Education Employees*: 12
Contract Treatment Employees*: 34
Offender Population/Gender: 519 / Male
Maximum Capacity: 520
Custody Levels Housed:
Substance Abuse, In-Prison Therapeutic Community
Approximate Acreage: 12
Agricultural Operations: None
Industrial Operations: None
Facility Operations: Unit Maintenance
Medical Capabilities:
Contracted ambulatory medical, dental and
mental health services.
Special Treatment Programs:
The New Vision Substance Abuse Treatment
Program/Therapeutic Community Model,
Intermediate Sanction parole violators
Educational Programs:
Adult Basic Education, Pre-GED, GED,
English as a Second Language, Life Skills
Additional Programs:
Substance Abuse Education and Support Groups,
Spiritual Growth Programs,
Operation Outreach, Bridges to Life
Community Work Projects: None
Volunteer Programs:
Chaplaincy, Education, Substance Abuse
Operated by: GEO Group, Inc. (GEO)

SAYLE (SY)

Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility
Unit Address/Phone:
4176 FM 1800, Breckenridge, Texas 76424-7301
(254) 559-1581
Unit Location:
5 miles northeast of Breckenridge in Stephens County
Senior Warden: Andy Massingill
Division Director: Gilbert Campuzano, Region VI
Date Unit Established/On Line: August 1994
Total Employees*: 166
Non-Security Employees*: 30
Security Employees*: 114
Contract Medical/Psychiatric Employees*: 14/0
Windham/Education Employees*: 8
Offender Population/Gender: 611 / Male
Maximum Capacity: 632
Custody Levels Housed: Substance Abuse Offenders
Approximate Acreage: 402
Agricultural Operations:
Contract Farming and Grazing, Unit Garden
Industrial Operations: None
Facility Operations: Unit Maintenance
Medical Capabilities: Managed by Texas Tech
Ambulatory medical and dental services.
Special Treatment Programs
Substance Abuse Treatment Program/Therapeutic Community Model
Educational Programs: Literacy, CHANGES/Pre-Release
Texas State Technical College Vocational:
Construction/Carpentry
Additional Programs:
Spiritual Growth Programs, Mentoring Program,
Cognitive Restructuring,
Criminal Thinking Errors, Encounter Groups,
Family Education, Peer Support,
Parenting Skills Program,
Fathers Read Every Day (F.R.E.D.), Job Fair
Community Work Projects:
Services provided to city and county agencies, area school districts,
the Texas Department of Transportation, and Texas Parks and Wildlife.
Volunteer Programs: Chaplaincy, Education, Substance Abuse


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