The Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program is an invitation to change by the introduction of one's self admittance of
exploring "HELP" by the endorsement of the twelve step recovery process of admitting we were powerless; a decision to turn
our will and ourselves over to a higher power for care; made a fearless moral inventory of ourselves; admit the exact nature
of our wrong; ask our higher power to remove our shortcomings or deficiences; and prayed for others to heal their chemical
dependency and personal hardships.
Faith and hope can restore our cleansing through meditation, devine fullfilling of our awaking, and trust in the higher
power in the quest for physical and spiritual recovery.
Bring the new life of dawn as a begining of restoring faith through intervention.
"The best is yet to be...The theory of self-invitation is a practice, which maintains that individuals and institutions,
and other organizations adds to, or subtracts from, the process of being a beneficial presence in the lives of human beings.
Ideally, the factors of people, places, policies, programs and processes should be so intentionally inviting as to create
a world in which each individual is cordially summoned to develop intellectually, socially, physically, psychologically, and
spiritually." Dr. William W. Purkey, Chairman of the Department of Counseling and Education, University of North Carolina
Our Licensed Chemcial Dependency Counselor (LCDC) is on site for any inquiries or questions. Jamesetta Cooper can be
contacted at 681-8655.
The Community Alliance for Traffic Safety statues Dr. Gerald A. Juhnke; Professor and Doctoral Program Director Department
of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Adult & Higher Education from The University of Texas at San Antonio. Noted author
and professor for works in the Drug and Alcohol Treatment endeavor. Doctor Juhnke is a friend of the CATS agency and supporter
of the Texas Drug Court movement.