We have various programs to serve our community so that our youth can obtain the tools needed to help them become model citizens while improving social skills and self-esteem.
The TIP house is dedicated to reach as risk youth. The goal of the drop-in center is to help youth be as safe and healthy as possible while they are living in situations that could cause them to become homeless or at risk of participating in dangerous activities.
TSAP is a program that promotes abstinence from people, places, or things that would cause youth not to become successful. We support mentoring relationships, as well as provide parenting and family support.
Bridges home for girls is a residential facility that provides a safe living environment and teaches youth how to replace negative behaviors with appropriate, self-diciplines behaviors, allowing them to make sound healthy life decisions.
We support an after school program, summer program, and mentoring group relationships. We offer substance abuse counseling, individual and group, as well as prevention education.
We strive to provide the resources youth need to be educated and/or help obtain employment and housing. Our facility offers early intervention and substance abuse treatments while enabling a sense of purpose within the community.
TEARS Inc. offers their TEARS Student Assistance Program (TSAP), which is a general outpatient program for adolescents having substance abuse and/ or dependency concerns. Our organization provides basic living skills, psycho-education, peer support, and group counseling sessions. TSAP also provide mentoring support to clients and help to improve their self esteem, social and academic skills. TEARS offer services to youth attending schools in Russell County: Phenix City Success Academy, New Beginnings, Russell County Alternative Learning Center, South Girard Middle School, Russell County High School, Central High School.
Acceptance into TSAP is reviewed after a substance abuse or dependence diagnosis is satisfied. Clients must also meet the following criteria: