reVision – Houston Mentoring
The reVision Mentoring Program connects youth paired with mentors to positive peers and constructive activities. reVision also offers life skills programs, academic assistance, and career planning to include possible job placement.
Council on Alcohol and Drugs – Houston
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors from the Council on Alcohol and Drugs – Houston, screen all young people entering Field Services supervision from Court to identify, educate and intervene with those who have substance abuse problems.
My Brothers Keeper (MBK)
Redirect is MBKs Diversion Program providing high-risk young people with close supervision and rehabilitation. Together with many local partners, Redirect utilizes evidence-based practices and community resources to redirect young people from the criminal justice system and direct them towards college and career development.
Disability Rights Texas
Provides tiered legal and educational advocacy services including legal advocacy training, educational advocacy training, post-residential transition services, and other supportive services to families utilizing a self-advocacy approach.
Professional, licensed therapists provide counseling to youth and their families at the CUPS offices and in the home. Services are provided in both English and Spanish.
The Harris Center for Mental Health & IDD
The Harris Center works with HCJPD to provide mental health services for young people and their families. Services include psychiatric evaluation and treatment, skills training, psychotherapy, intensive case management, and resource referral/linkage.
Drug & Alchohol Use / Abuse Counseling
Through a partnership with The Turning Point, Inc., licensed Chemical Dependency Counselors are available at various CUPS offices. Probationers receive intensive outpatient therapy including individual, family, and group sessions.
Youth Empowerment Services & Supervision (YESS)
The Youth Empowerment Services and Supervision Program works with juveniles placed on probation for known gang-related behavior or involvement. Juvenile Probation Officers administer gang assessments to determine the specific needs of the young person and work collaboratively with the Mayor's Anti-Gang Office.
Renew Inspire Support Empower (RISE)
The RISE Program is a county-wide community probation program for TJJD eligible young people who are assessed as high-risk. It is designed as an alternative to TJJD commitment or placement in a private, residential, or HCJPD post adjudicated facility.
This program provides intensive services and intensive supervision, utilizing effective treatment models and rehabilitative services to reduce dynamic criminogenic need factors while identifying and strengthening protective factors.
Therapeutic Connections Unit (TCU)
The Therapeutic Connections Unit offers specialized supervision and intense case management services through the provision of a collaborative model to young people with significant mental health impairments, intellectual developmental disabilities, (IDD) and sex offenders.
The primary goal of the TCU is rehabilitation and prevention of further penetration in the juvenile justice system.
Harris County Advocate Program (H-CAP)
H-CAP serves adjudicated youth whose behavior and social circumstances put them at risk of placement in residential treatment facilities. H-CAP offers a wide range of individualized, non-traditional, wrap-around, and advocacy services for the young person and their family.
Service Learning is a teaching and learning strategy integrating meaningful service with academic study and reflective practice to enrich learning, build civic engagement, and strengthen communities. Service Learning builds strong character in young people as they learn about the role they play in their community and encourages lifelong civic participation.
Presenting Opportunities While Embracing Resiliency + Ongoing Needs (POWER+ON)
The Power+On Program is offered to all our young people in the community. The program offers psycho-educational and skill-building workshops, learning and increasing skills such as emotional intelligence, boundary, and goal setting, self-awareness, and individual and family commitment. Including individual and group mentoring.
National Association for Shoplifting Prevention
The National Association for Shoplifting Prevention provides a unique program for juveniles who have been involved in shoplifting. The program is designed to help change thinking, feelings, and attitudes towards shoplifting while developing pro-social law-abiding behavior.