The following is a list of probationer programs offered by the Collin County Community Supervision and Corrections Department. Offenders with questions about qualifications for any of the programs listed below may contact their assigned Supervision Officers. Complete details of each program are available on this website.
Sheriff's Convicted Offender Re-Entry Effort (S.C.O.R.E) is an intermediate sanction facility operated in a collaborative effort between CSCD and the Collin County Sheriff's Office. The focus of the program is to address each offender's specific needs related to criminal behavior in order to increase the offender's ability to successfully complete supervision...
Accessing Lifelong Opportunities for Rehabilitation Program is an intermediate
sanction facility operated in a collaborative effort between CSCD, The North
Texas Regional Veterans Court and Honorable Judge Roach, Jr., and the Collin
County Sheriff’s Office. V.A.L.O.R is designed to assist Veteran defendants develop the necessary tools to enhance their well-being and successfully reintegrate into society. It is rehabilitation focused (physically, mentally, emotionally, morally, spiritually), providing Veteran-specific services and programming for offenders across the state who need a clinically supervised, intensive, and structured treatment program. The program offers group/individual counseling (drug and alcohol, post-traumatic stress [PTSD], military sexual trauma [MST], traumatic brain injury [TBI], general trauma), classes covering Military Benefits, Anger Management, Lifeskills, Parenting, NA/AA, Anger Management, Moral Reconation Therapy, Commitment to Change, Art/Music Therapy and employment workshops provided by Texas Workforce Commission. Re-instilling a military environment, participants will be housed together, will partake in morning/evening colors and TAPS, and are provided a specially selected reading list focused on the unique experiences of and healing resources for the military population.
Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Facility (S.A.F.P.F.) is an intensive six to nine month therapeutic community program in a prison setting. It is for offenders who are sentenced by judges as a condition of community supervision or as a modification of community supervision...
Some offenders are required by the court to perform community service as a condition of supervision. Hours must be worked at a nonprofit agency, excluding churches, approved by the department prior to the start of any commitment...
The main goal of Treatment Alternative to Incarceration Program (T.A.I.P.) is to provide treatment to people whose criminal activity is related primarily to their substance abuse so that jails and prisons can be used for violent offenders and career criminals who present the most danger to their communities...
Victim Impact Panel
The Victim Impact Panel is based on the belief that drunk drivers and potential drunk drivers need to hear what happened to the victims of drunk driving crashes...
Contract Residential Substance Abuse Services
The Contract Residential Substance Abuse treatment program serves indigent offenders in need of residential substance abuse treatment...
The Collin County Community Supervisions and Corrections department also offers programs for the following specialized caseload groups:
Supervision Officers work with offenders to determine if any of the programs offered in these groups are appropriate for their specific needs.
Random Drug Tests
Probationers need to call 469-301-7644 by 9:00 am, Monday through Sunday, as long as they are assigned to the random call in system.
Links & Resources
Frequently Asked Questions
Find the answers to the questions commonly asked by probationers.
Download and print questionnaires, attendance logs and monthly reports.
Probationer Links & Resources
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