A Community Corrections Facility provides to the courts professional, cost effective sentencing alternatives through trained staff and comprehensive programming. It is for offenders with needs in the area of substance/alcohol abuse, emotional problems, as well as services in the areas of life skills, vocational/educational training, and employment opportunities.
The Concho Valley Community Corrections Facility program addresses a full range of problems experienced by the chemically dependent male offender.
The Concho Valley CCF has been operational since FY ’91. Our emphasis is to improve our major responsibilities of community supervision of the residents and treatment toward rehabilitation. With the program being six to nine months long and the capacity of the facility being fifty (50) residents this program serves approximately 130 offenders annually. The program is comprised of six major phases that residents will undergo as determined by assessment and needs. Pre-screening of residents begins with communication between the Operations Manager and the sending jurisdiction. Residents are given comprehensive screenings and evaluations. Residents are assessed through the SASSI-III (Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory), BECK Depression Inventory(psychological tool), Folstein MMSI, ABLE (Adult Basic Learning Examination), and GED Pre-Testing. Residents work with a 12 steps program, attend awareness groups, attend cognitive groups, Anger Management, relaxation sessions, life skills, job training, adult education, GED preparation, and group/individual counseling. The AIDS Foundation provides HIV/AIDS education. Outside and in-house AA & NA meetings are provided, family and marital therapy is also available. Throughout the program random drug testing occurs to monitor use of controlled substances. During the last phase of the program local residents are expected to find suitable employment and demonstrate employment stability. Upon successful discharge, each resident is requested to complete an exit interview. From valid input that is consistently given by residents, the Director will make modifications to the program.
- The defendant did not cause serious bodily injury or death of another as the result of the commission of the offense.
- The defendant did not use a deadly weapon during the commission of or flight from the offense.
- Matches the profile of offenders historically committed to county jail/prison from the committing jurisdiction; or the defendant has high risk/needs, who, if supervised at a lower supervision level would have an increased likelihood of violating the conditions of community supervision.
- Demonstrates the need for such a highly structured treatment program, as available data provides evidence of substance abuse problems and is evaluated as a treatable offender.
COPIES OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED TO FACILITATE PLACEMENT
- CCF Placement Form
- Arrest Report
- PSI (Felony Cases)
- Court Orders (including Amendments)
COPIES OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ARE REQUIRED ONCE PLACEMENT IS APPROVED:
- Criminal History
- Current Needs Risk Assessment
- Social Security Card
- Driver’s License
- High School Diploma or GED
- Physical (Out of County Cases)
- TB Results (within the past 10 days)
- MHMR Caseworker Info
- Alien Registration Card (green card)
- CJAD Approved, Substance Abuse Screening (Ex: SASSI, SAQ, etc…)
As a diversion from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Institutional Division, Defendant shall report to the Concho Valley Community Corrections Facility (CCF), 3262 N. Highway 277, San Angelo, Texas 76905 for a thirty (30) day period of evaluation. If accepted, Defendant shall serve a term of not more than twenty-four months. Defendant shall take all necessary actions to effectuate this commitment at the earliest possible date.
During the term, Defendant shall remain under the custodial supervision of CCF, obey all rules and regulations, and pay a percentage of income to the facility for room, board, and transportation. Defendant shall participate in all programs deemed appropriate, and shall neither voluntarily terminate participation in said programs nor voluntarily depart from the premises without the specific written permission of a duly authorized member of CCF. All expenses, including medical, due to the above treatment and for counseling are to be the responsibility of the defendant.
Submit to the following test given by or under the direction of your Supervision Officer:
- Breath analysis
Participate in AA, NA, or other substance abuse groups as directed by your Supervision Officer.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS REQUESTED:
You will participate in _______ hours in any of the Court Approved List of Work Projects (Community Service Sites) as assigned by the Supervision Officer.
(A minimum of 100 hours Community Service for each CCF placement is requested)
ROUTINE CCF PROGRAMS
- Cognitive Training
- Anger Management
- Individual Counseling & Group
- Alcohol-Drug Education
- AA/NA (In-house & Community)
- Personal Social Adjustment
- Family Violence Awareness/ Education
- Criminality & Substance Abuse
- Life Skills
- Job Placement Skills
- Community Service
- Physical Training
- 12-Step Recovery Approach
Fax (325) 657-8485
Community Supervision & Corrections Department
51st, 119th, 198th, 340th & 391st Judicial Districts
Jed Davenport, CSCD Director
Frank Tipton, CCF Director
Roy K. Robb Men’s Community Corrections Facility
3262 N. Highway 277
San Angelo, Texas 76905
“dedicated to providing quality supervision and treatment services”