Monitoring and Supervision
The agreement requires that participants live by certain conditions and to complete various requirements. TCSA’s role in this process is to monitor and document compliance, along with documenting completion of various requirements. TCSA is vested in the success of each participant and will provide processes to assist along the way.
Depending on the specific details of the monitoring agreement, Participants may be required to report at minimum electronically on monthly basis. In-Office reporting may be required as indicated by the specific Supervision program. Examples of times you may be required to report In-Office are: to undergo a random drug and alcohol test; have a need for visual inspection of an interlock device; and/or address non-compliance issues.
If you are currently participating in a monitoring program and wish to make a monthly monitoring payment:
TCSA has developed creditable and reliable processes for on-site screenings for Drugs and Alcohol. TCSA provides both a 6 and 12 panel urinalysis screening test. This screening process is supported via lab confirmation as needed. Click Here – for specific information related to this testing product.
Drug and Alcohol Screenings are conducted as scheduled by your supervision agent or as schedule via e-mail for self-referrals. If you are a self-referral and wish to schedule a Drug and Alcohol Screening, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with “last, first name / DA screening Requested” within the subject and your name and contact information within the body of the e-mail. Please also include the service area in which you would like to schedule.
Court and other Agency Ordered Classes, Programs, Assessments & Counseling
If you are reading this, you may have a pending criminal offense or other pending action(s) from another agency (such as Child Protective Services, Licensing Board, Human Resource Department, etc.) which require you to complete specific programs to gain disposition. TCSA is committed to assisting you with completing your required programs and wishes to provide opportunities for you to gain insight and information to help you with long term lifestyle success.
TCSA provides our programs in three different platforms:
Conducted at our brick-and-mortar locations and require participants to attend class physically at the location.
Conducted with the use of a HIPAA approved telehealth method requiring participants to be present and to participate via audio and video.
In-Facility & Web-Based Courses and Counseling Services
Advanced Recovery Education (ARE) Level 1$50.00 – $650.00 Select options
Advanced Recovery Education (ARE) Level 2$50.00 – $800.00 Select options
Chaperone Candidate Training$150.00 Select options
Chaperone Refresher Course$75.00 Select options
Co-parenting with Respect$100.00 Add to cart
Court Diversion Track (CDT)$300.00 Select options
Diversion Opportunity Class (DOC)$45.00 – $225.00 Select options
Domestic Violence Program$50.00 – $1,560.00 Select options
Evaluations$50.00 – $300.00 Select options
Individual Counseling and Assessments$75.00 – $95.00 Select options
So, I got arrested! Now what? (Adolescents)$75.00 Add to cart
So, I got arrested! Now what? (Adults)$75.00 Add to cart
Web-based Management System
TCSA has developed a relationship with Corrections Software Solutions (CSS) who provides supportive services for TCSA’s case management software needs. CSS has a proven monitoring software system which is utilized state wide by a large majority of Texas Community Supervision and Corrections Departments.