Monday 5:30 am - 5 pm
Tuesday 5:30 am - 8 pm
Wednesday 5:30 am - 8 pm
Thursday 5:30 am - 8 pm
Friday 5:30 am - 5 pm
Offender Reentry Program
The SALUD Offender Reentry Program will offer sustainable recovery and reentry services to adult men and women currently incarcerated,
and in need of substance abuse or co-occurring mental health/substance abuse services.
SALUD Press Release
- Case Management
- Outpatient Counseling (Individual/Group)
- Recovery Support Services
- HIV/ Viral Hepatitis Testing
- Methadone/Suboxone Treatment
Project Humanity is a client-centered program structured around adult men and women who meet the following criteria:
Project Humanity offers the following services to eligible individuals: Outpatient Counseling, Case Management,
Medication -Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction, Project Self-Help in Eliminating Life-Threatening Diseases (SHIELD),
as well as recovery support services.
- Substance Use Disorders
- Co-existing Behavioral Health Disorders
- High Risk for HIV and Hepatitis Conditions
(Opiate Addiction Recovery Services Program)
The OARS Program is Level IV Outpatient pharmacotherapy program that
provides methadone treatment to adults who meet the criteria for
Opioid Dependence. Clients to the program must meet the standards
set forth by the Texas Department of Health, the Food and Drug
Administration and the Department of State Health Services. Priority
population guidelines are adhered to in assessing program admission.
Clients are prescribed methadone therapy and are monitored by a
licensed medical doctor. Services include daily dispensing of
therapeutic levels of methadone (Mon-Sun), individual counseling,
group counseling, random urinalysis, physical examinations and lab
work. Ancillary services are provided in the form of referrals. The
OARS Program serves the Coastal Bend area. The OARS program offers a Department
of State Health Services (DSHS)-funded program, a Medicaid-funded program and a
Private-Pay program. The OARS Program is a CARF accredited program.
(Substance Abusers Inviting Life Program)
The SAIL Program is an out-patient treatment program serving adults
who use or abuse alcohol or other drugs. Services include screening,
assessment, group and individual counseling, with an established
protocol necessary for successful program completion. Family
counseling is also offered as needed. Counseling services are
provided in the form of education, relapse prevention, life skills
and an introduction to Twelve Step Recovery. The SAIL Program offers
services at both the STSARS Corpus Christi office and the STSARS Robstown
office. The SAIL program offers a Department of State Health Services (DSHS)-funded program and a Medicaid-funded program.
The Specialized Female Program is a curriculum based outpatient program, serving women with dependent children (including women whose children
are in custody of the state) and pregnant women. The program is geared towards providing trauma-informed and gender specific outpatient
treatment services and case management services that facilitate recovery from substance abuse and dependence. Services include screening,
assessment, group, individual counseling and family counseling. Counseling services are provided in the form of education, relapse prevention,
and life skills. The Specialized Female Program will serve the following counties: Aransas, Jim Wells, Kleberg, and Nueces. The Specialized
Female Program offers a Department of State Health Services (DSHS)-funded program and a Medicaid-funded program.
(Co-Occurring Psychiatric And Substance Use Disorders Program)
The COPSD Program is an intensive case management program serving
adults in the counties of Nueces, Aransas and San Patricio. The
program emphasizes integrated services where both psychiatric and
substance-abuse disorders are seen as primary. Case management is
provided to ensure client stabilization, service coordination and
engagement strategies to assist clients in benefiting from
treatment. An integrated screening for substance abuse/dependence
and mental illness is conducted on all persons referred for
services. COPSD services may be provided at the agency site, at the
client’s home or in the community. The Department of State Health
Services (DSHS) funds COPSD.
(Administrative Offices of the U.S. Courts)
STSARS has an agreement with Program Administrative Offices of the
United States Courts to provide aftercare for clients who are placed
on supervised release. Clients are referred to the AO Program from
the United States Probation. The program assists the clients in
strengthening coping skills in relation to substance abuse, mental
health and relationship/social skills, as well as aiding in changing
criminal thinking errors.
STSARS A.N.C.H.O.R. Program is committed to helping all youth and their families in the Coastal Bend Area and our licensed and
trained staff work with 13-17 year olds and their families in Nueces, San Patricio, Aransas, Jim Wells, and Kleberg counties.
We recognize that getting help is not always easy and that transportation is not always available, so our staff is able to come to the families.
Our goal is to overcome these barriers and our staff is able to meet the clients and their families for initial assessment.