Texas

VQ works with the state of Texas to help youth facing adversity transition back into society and make communities healthier, happier, and stronger.

VQ strives to make a difference in the Texas communities we interact with. We work with families in our programs that offer Functional Family Therapy (FFT) to mend relational bonds and ensure that all youth have the support of their families behind them. Our Pathfinder Homes help youth create ties to their communities and form a plan for a positive future. Finally, we have numerous community-based services that aid us in achieving our goal of strengthening local communities to make Texas a better place for all.

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Pathfinder Texas

Fort Worth, Texas

Age

12 - 17

Gender

The Texas Pathfinder Homes are developed to help adolescents who have difficulty functioning at home, school, or in the community adapt to independent life. The typical length of stay for residents is about six months, during which time they receive trauma-focused care, clinical support, and role modeling on community functioning. Through these services, we hope to give youth a better chance at successfully integrating back into the communities they call home.

Program Director

Jimmy Anderson

Bexar County HQ

San Antonio, Texas

Age

12-17

Gender

Males

VQ San Antonio works with the local justice system to divert youth away from incarceration and into our program where they can learn how to reestablish themselves within their communities.

Program Director

Erika Wells

San Antonio FFT

Texas

Age

Gender

VQ therapists at this program work with local families in the San Antonio area as a preventative measure in lieu of residential placement for youth beginning to enter the juvenile justice system as well as a form of aftercare for youth exiting residential programs. By working collaboratively with families to form stronger bonds and eliminate issues in the home, this program helps reduce both crime rates and recidivism.

Program Director

Claudia McGuire

Pathfinder Texas
Fort Worth, Texas
Pathfinder Texas
Fort Worth, Texas
Gender
Age
12 - 17
# of Homes
1

The Texas Pathfinder Homes are developed to help adolescents who have difficulty functioning at home, school, or in the community adapt to independent life. The typical length of stay for residents is about six months, during which time they receive trauma-focused care, clinical support, and role modeling on community functioning. Through these services, we hope to give youth a better chance at successfully integrating back into the communities they call home.

Program Director
Jimmy Anderson
Bexar County HQ
San Antonio, Texas
Bexar County HQ
San Antonio, Texas
Gender
Males
Age
12-17
# of Homes

VQ San Antonio works with the local justice system to divert youth away from incarceration and into our program where they can learn how to reestablish themselves within their communities.

Program Director
Erika Wells
San Antonio FFT
Texas
San Antonio FFT
Texas
Gender
Age
# of Homes
Phone #

VQ therapists at this program work with local families in the San Antonio area as a preventative measure in lieu of residential placement for youth beginning to enter the juvenile justice system as well as a form of aftercare for youth exiting residential programs. By working collaboratively with families to form stronger bonds and eliminate issues in the home, this program helps reduce both crime rates and recidivism.

Program Director
Claudia McGuire