The Lubbock County CRTC offers treatment and individual counseling, as well as education related to criminal conduct, substance use, prosocial behaviors, and coping skills.
The program length averages 9 months, but is a resident driven program.
Class schedules are individualized based on each resident's need. Classes offered include Criminal Conduct & Substance Abuse Treatment, Relapse Prevention, Anger Management, Relationships, Commitment to Change, Social Skills/Problem Solving, Parenting, Healthy Living, Mental Health Issues, and Prosocial Skills.
A structured 39-week, cognitive-behavioral treatment program designed to address substance use and criminal thinking. Each of the seven phases is intended to target the resident’s thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs that can lead to negative behaviors, as well as the development and implementation of effective coping skills. Residents participate in individual and group counseling, educational and treatment classes, CSR, and employment.
A structured 39-week, cognitive-behavioral treatment program designed to address substance use and criminal thinking for residents with mental health-issues. This can include mental illness or impairment, such as Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, ADD/ADHD, Schizophrenia, or lower cognitive functioning. Residents must be stable and capable of participating and completing the program. Potential residents need to have an I.Q. of 70 or greater in order to effectively complete the cognitive-behavioral program. DD is structured similarly to the CD program, but in addition to addressing thoughts, attitudes, beliefs, and negative behaviors, residents are instructed on how to increase and apply effective coping skills, as well as appropriate management of their mental health concerns. Participation in the employment component of the program is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Designed to focus on high-risk offenders. It is a specialized track of the CD program. Residents follow the CD schedule, with additional classes to meet their needs. The program criteria includes, but is not limited to a score of LS or CC on the SCS, a history of extensive substance use or criminal behavior, and/or multiple or recurrent behavioral problems while at the CRTC.
A four to six month track of the CD program intended to be an additional sentencing alternative for CSCD's. Relapse is for residents who have exited the Facility successfully, but are now violating their conditions of probation. The Relapse track focuses on skills and tools to help prevent further relapse or recidivism. Residents are assessed on an individual basis on their appropriateness for the program.