When a child is removed from their household by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services due to parental addiction and its consequences, there is a supportive community which will help them rebuild a safe, loving and supportive home. Through judicial accountability, the Family Recovery Court can help parents reunite with their children through a variety of support programs.
The Family Recovery Court was created to benefit everyone in Tarrant County by breaking the generational cycle of addiction. Parents who graduate from the program give their children a safe, stable, and loving home in which to grow and mature without the trauma of addiction. By nurturing productive, healthy families, the program is reducing the financial burden caused by substance use disorders, and creating a safer, more resilient community.
If you have a client struggling with a substance use disorder whose child has been removed by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, the Family Recovery Court programs can offer your client a wealth of resources from a multi-disciplinary team. With the combined goals of Recovery and Reunification, your client will receive the enhanced services, case management and judicial involvement that has been shown to increase the likelihood for long term success. For additional information, please call us at the number below.