Rehabilitation Programs Division
In-Prison Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) Recovery Program
The DWI Program is a multimodal six month program developed for a complex population with diverse anti-social behavior issues and re-offending risk factors. The substance abuse treatment programming specifically targets those offenders who are incarcerated for a DWI offense.
The presentation of the curriculum shall be through didactic skills training and therapeutic group process. The comprehensive curriculum shall include a blend of evidence-based practices that focus on alternatives to drinking and driving, alcohol addiction and abuse, victim awareness, medical effects, lifestyles, stress, assertion, cognitive therapy, journaling, etc.
- 20 hours of treatment services per week from licensed counselors, education activities, individual, and group therapy;
- Comprehensive treatment planning;
- Family services (education and interactive discussion);
- Volunteer coordination;
- Recovery literature libraries;
- Study groups; and
- Sponsorship sessions.
Pam Carey - Operations Manager - Huntsville
TDCJ - Rehabilitations Programs Division
PO Box 99
Huntsville, TX 77340
Ph. (936) 437-2854
Fax: (936) 437-7077