Challenge Institute Brochures & Documents

Family Recovery Court

Produced July, 2020


This brochure is a valuable resource for attorneys, advocates and families who are involved in the family courts of Tarrant County for removal of a child or children due to parental addiction and its consequences. Through judicial accountability, the Family Recovery Court can help parents reunite with their children through a variety of support programs.

S.A.I.D. ~ Substance Abuse Information Databank

Newly Released!

2018 S.A.I.D. Book, 21st Edition

2017 S.A.I.D. Book, 20th Edition


The annual Substance Abuse Information Databank (SAID) summarizes ATOD trends in the community as tracked by 30 different data sources.


SAID is an invaluable tool for grant writers, media outlets, law enforcement and local governments.

A Prescription for Prevention Symposium Materials ~ Published August 29, 2019

Click on each cover to download our Symposium materials.

With more than 400 participants, we would like to thank everyone who attended “A Prescription for Prevention” Symposium. Together, we are making a positive impact on the opioid crisis in Tarrant County.


To our speakers and sponsors, the success of the Symposium is because of you. Thank you for your support, expertise and essential information.

2016 Opioid Symposium Materials ~ Published September 22, 2016

When the Prescription Becomes the Problem Infographic


Created by Challenge of Tarrant County, this brochure outlines the impact opioid prescription medications have had on America.


© 2016 All Rights Reserved.

When the Prescription Becomes the Problem

Resource Directory


As part of the conference brochure, we also included a full resource directory of our sponsors, along with a description of the programs created by  Challenge of Tarrant County


© 2016 All Rights Reserved.


Community Needs Assessment Report ~ Published July 29, 2015

The Other Nine


2015 Tarrant County

Community Needs Assessment


July 29, 2015

The Botanic Gardens



On July 29, the Honorable Judge Glen Whitley,

the Needs Assessment Leadership Council,

and Challenge of Tarrant County presented their findings for the 2015 Community Needs Assessment. Agency leadership from across Tarrant County came to hear the report.


The data gathered indicated that only one in ten people who need help with substance use disorder (SUD) are finding the help they need. "The Other Nine", therefore, became a key focus of the report. Thank you to all who participated in the creation of the data, and for those who attended the event.


© 2020  Challenge of Tarrant County