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S.C.O.R.E is an intermediate sanction facility operated
in a collaborative effort between the CSCD and the Collin County Sheriff's
Office. The program focuses on addressing offenders specific criminogenic
needs (needs related to criminal behavior) in order to increase their
abilities to successfully complete supervision.
The program services offenders who meet the following
- Non-Violent Offenses (please call for pre-authorization)
- Age 17 and Older
- No Sexual Offenses
- Physically Capable of Working (less physically demanding work is available)
The S.C.O.R.E Evolution
Throughout the years of addressing criminal behavior,
there have been many questions regarding our efforts to lower recidivism
rates. Collin County CSCD in conjunction with the Collin County Sheriff's
Department has developed a new and better way to educate criminal offenders.
This program teaches offenders, through experiential and educational techniques,
how to make better life decisions. The concept is based on HABILITATION
rather than REHABILITATION. We believe that many offenders continue
to re-offend due to never having known any other lifestyle. The S.C.O.R.E.
program incorporates many educational topics to ensure exposure to better
life skills and self-awareness.
We started to look and discovered our faults;
We worked real hard until the blame came to a halt.
We started to change for better rather than worse,
It dawned on our minds that this program does work.
We still have the cravings and thoughts about drugs,
With our new tools and knowledge we bear them so smug.
We still have our up's and we still have our downs,
We are strong enough now we're not gonna drown.
We're now on the path to be on our way,
Our support group we'll use … day to day.
We'll take our lives moment by moment until they are over,
We now know the best life is the life that is sober
We can do it!!
From the day of admission to the program, we begin to
train residents to be more responsible by incorporating structure and
consistency into their daily lives through adherence to the following
5:30 am - Wake up
6:30-7:00 am - Breakfast
8:00 am - Work (in community or on site)
11:30 am - Back in CCF / Break
12:00 pm - Lunch
1:30 pm - Treatment/Education/Groups
3:30 pm - Recreation
5:00 pm - Dinner
7:30 pm - AA Meeting (Thursday/Sunday)
7:00-10:00 pm - Free Time TV / Games
10:30 pm - Lights Out
Weekend and Holiday schedules are subject to change.
- Chemical Dependency Education
- Relapse Prevention
- Life Skills
- Corrective Thinking
- Occupational Counseling
- Individual Sessions
- Women's Process Group
- Men's Process Group
- Community Service Credit
- Community Supervision
- GED Classes