Welcome and thank you for taking the time to explore what Davidson County Transitional Services is doing in the community. DCTS hope that you can find an area in which you can contribute to helping People R.I.S.E .
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality. We'll help you find a way to volunteer that best suits you. Become a group facilitator.
Whether you help DCTS through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, we appreciate you. We cannot grow our community or accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
A Self -Sufficiency Program that is client driven teaching money management , self care, and more.
DAP-4-Youth Outreach operates under the umbrella of the Sec2ND Chance Program to help youth stay out of the criminal justice system.
A Walk-In-Their-Shoes (WITS) Program helps individuals who have reached WITS End with substance abuse, domestic violence, or are the verge of giving up. Let us help you R.I.S.E.
Dr Ashworth alongside Reece Jenkins, DCTS Board Treasurer
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DCTS Sec2ND Chance Brochure (pdf)Download
WITS End Brochure (pdf)Download
Battered Woman Questionary (pdf)Download
DAP4Youth Brochure (pdf)Download
DCTS Brochure (pdf)Download
DCTS Curriculum Guide (pdf)Download
DCTS Employee Handbook Signed (pdf)Download
DCTS Tax Exempt (pdf)Download
DCTS Winter Quarter Newsletter (pdf)Download
Twelve Steps of AA (pdf)Download
Transitional Brochure (pdf)Download
DCTS Confidential Policy and Procedures (pdf)Download