Austin Transitional Center

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Austin Transitional Center

3154 East Hwy 71
Del Valle, TX - 78617

Important note: Services provided at transitional housing facilities varies by location. Some transitional housing assists with substance abuse treatment, psychological assistance, job training while others only provide limited assistance. Please review the details of each transitional facility to make sure you obtain the correct information.

The Austin Transitional Center is a new 421-bed co-ed residential treatment center and halfway house. The new facility was constructed on contiguous property just 100 ft. west of the Travis County Residential Center in Del Valle, Texas. The new Austin Transitional Center is a œstate of the art  42,000 square foot facility, with ten (10) housing areas, five (5) classrooms and treatment rooms, Administration and Program Administration areas, Maintenance Department, dining and kitchen. The facility opens up to a large dining and meeting area which includes a security monitoring station located in the center. The facility also includes a medical office and client collection center. The Austin Transitional Center provides community based substance abuse treatment programs and job placement assistance services for offenders recently released from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. ATC provides housing and employment services for over 200 Halfway House offenders and over 100 residential substance abuse treatment clients.

The Austin Transitional Center is licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services - Substance Abuse Division to provide substance abuse and treatment counseling for over 100 clients who recently graduated from Substance Abuse Felony Punishment Centers (SAFPs) throughout the State of Texas. American Correctional Association Accreditation is not contractually required at this facility; however the company follows ACA Standards for Adult Community Residential Services.

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