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UVA adolescent1If there is an immediate emergency, please dial 911. If you suspect your loved one needs help, a yes to any of the following questions may mean an appointment needs to be made.  (areas of concern, may need to come in for further questioning, assistance)

* Changes in overall attitude (disrespectful, negative remarks, not following rules, staying out late/not coming home at all, isolation from family/positive friends,)

* Changes in school-(inconsistent in attendance-truancy problems, grades failure, school discipline problems, tickets, referrals to school alternative setting)

* Social problems (not getting along with family, peers, adults in authority and partners)

* Unexplained bursts of anger (easily agitated, violent behavior)

* Lack of hygiene (appearance changes)

* Consistent restlessness

* Too much sleep/Not enough sleep.

* Association with negative people

* Forgetfulness, no sense of time

* Lost of interests-(no longer partaking in extracurricular activities/pastimes, not interested in perfecting talent/skills)

* Frequent Laziness

* Non-motivated to follow through with promises or goals

Partners in Recovery

We provide quality, evidence-based services with the support of our funders and partners in recovery:

Rockwell Fund
Adventure Learning Program
Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Texas Department of Criminal Justice
Child Care Council of Greater Houston
Texas Health & Human Services Commission
United Way of Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County
Liberty County Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention

We also partner with companies, school districts, Harris County Probation Department, drug courts, and other organizations to support adults and adolescents on their road to recovery.