Counselors submit written reports to the courts that summarize their clients' involvement, or lack of, with TCCES and indicate a compliance level with a recommended treatment plan.
The majority of the programs offered are state-mandated, however, TCCES has developed three additional program curriculum to provide offenders with additional alcohol and drug education while on personal bond.
TCCES provides programs that address part of the multifaceted effort to cope with DWI.
TCCES was a pilot project participant for the original program, a five-hour curriculum created for "Public Intoxication and Other Alcohol/Drug-Related Offenses," developed by Dr.
Whether clients' needs are minimal or great, TCCES takes pride in addressing needs on an individual basis.
TCCES has developed three additional psychoeducational groups that help complement and enhance client education.
TCCES counselors have computer access to county arrest and court records.
Many TCCES clients whose drug of choice is marijuana are placed into this class to benefit from the substantial marijuana information component.
A few years ago, the substance abuse division merged with the education services division, allowing TCCES to also address non-drug or alcoholrelated offenses that assist the criminal justice system by reducing the crime rate in Travis County and provide support to crime victims.