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Drug and Alcohol Councils Updated 10/14


Hays Caldwell Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse

1901 Dutton Drive, Suite E
San Marcos, TX 78666
512-396-7695
800-733-1214
www.hayscaldwellcouncil.org

The Hays Caldwell Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse, a private non-profit corporation, was formed in 1984 by a grass roots coalition of community and substance abuse professionals concerned about substance abuse and related problems. Originally established to provide prevention and education services, the agency has broadened its focus to include outpatient treatment, counseling, intervention, and treatment referrals.

Prevention Programs

Rainbow Days Kids Connection
Middle School Life Skills
Project Toward No Drug Abuse
Tobacco Alcohol and Other Drug Presentations
Alternative Activities
Information Dissemination

Offender Education Programs

Minor in Possession (MIP)
Minor in Possession of Tobacco (MIT)
Nature of Marijuana (NOM)

Treatment Programs

Project HOPE (Teens and Families)
Adult Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

 

 

LifeSteps- Council on Alcohol and Drugs
www.lifestepscouncil.org

Round Rock Office- Admin and Education
2021 North Mays Street, Suite #500
Round Rock, Texas 78664-2155
512-246-9880
512-246-9881 (Phone)
512-246-9882 (Fax)

Georgetown Office
311 S. Main Street
Georgetown, TX 78626
512-930-5351 (Austin Metro)
512-869-2571 (Georgetown Local)
512-869-1667 (Fax)

Organized in 1978, LifeSteps Council on Alcohol and Drugs' mission is to eliminate substance abuse through prevention, intervention, counseling, education and family services. They provide a wide variety of programs, classes and workshops for the community.

Classes

Advanced Alcohol and Drug Education Program
Alcohol Education for Minors
Cooperative Partenting
DWI (ATS) Education Program
Drug Offender Education Program
New Directions
Repeat Offender Education

Services

Alcohol and Drug Assessments
Cooperative Parenting
Elementary and Middle School Presentations

Programs

P.A.D.R.E. Program (Fathers and children)
WEE CARE (Pregnant women and teens)
Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
School-based Education

Prevention Trainings

18 different programs for all levels

 
 

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