3-INTERCONNECTED PROGRAMS WITH 3-FOLDED GOALS
3-INTERCONNECTED PROGRAMS WITH 3-FOLDED GOALS
Our Mission: Help People Reach Individual Success Everyday [R.I.S.E.] through consulting, education, and referral services by connecting them to a collaborative support network in times of transition.
Our Vision: To inspire change that promotes empowerment, self-sufficiency, and educational awareness that helps reduce destructive behavior patterns.
Innovative- Driven- Respect- Transparency- Commitment- Safety
Since its inception, DCTS' core values have remained firm.
We will always use an innovative approach to problem-solving.
Humanity drives DCTS to strive for positive outcomes.
We promise to create a cultural environment where clients are treated with respect and dignity. Moreover, we are committed to being transparent and honest with those we interact.
We are committed to providing alternate choices, educational opportunities, advocacy, and safety. No matter how innovative or theoretically sound programs or services may be, success will be minimal if not implemented in an atmosphere where safety and privacy are the foremost concerns.
We believe a safe environment is a key to successfully assisting clients in navigating their path to absolute independence.
DCTS provides flexible services and support, quality resources, professional development opportunities that are designed to enable successful life transitions and/or reintegration into communities as productive citizens.
Our organizational goals are to Help People R.I.S.E. through Education, Empowerment, and Exploration
WITS End Outreach, working to help individuals escape various forms of abuse, empowering them, and providing community resources;
- Families F1rst is a self-sufficiency program helping people learn basic budgeting, etc.
-Sec2Nd Chance is a Reentry & Recidivism Program that works with adult justice- served individuals and families with loved ones incarcerated or formerly incarcerated. The DAP4Youth Program operates under the umbrella of this outreach program to assist youth offenders or youth at risk of entering the juvenile court system.
Once D.C.T.S. Educate, Empower and Explore options with clients. Our staff and volunteers embrace the challenges of delivering specialized services that integrate a working knowledge of human services issues and how to serve our clientele best so they can R.I.S.E.
DCTS External Strategic Goals:
DCTS Internal Strategic Organizational Goals :
Davidson County Transitional Services Incorporated, also operating as DC Transitional Services, was established in March 2013. In June 2013, the Human Services and Consulting Agency (formerly called Crisis Intervention & Referral Agency), located in the Big Chair City of Thomasville, NC, elected (5) Board members and was incorporated by the North Carolina Secretary of State. DCTS is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization and has been tax-exempt since June 11, 2013.
During the first years of operation, DCTS Inc. has been mainly focused on how to help our clients and their families better. Additionally, we are constantly exploring new ways to increase revenue and lower our service costs. Lots of progress has been made overall. Like many nonprofits, DCTS has been doing more with a little less within our agency, in collaboration with the CEO and Board of Directors. DCTS has made some tough decisions already; we know that more will emerge in the future. Our strategies are related not only to cost containment and productivity but also to what support is likely in the future. As a working team, the DCTS Executive Staff and Board make decisions based on the long-term mission priorities and the sustainability of this quality agency. DCTS staff and volunteers will continue to deliver services with the same commitment to the quality those we serve have come to expect.
At DCTS, we believe oppression is a societal blight that requires a broad societal response. Since such a response requires input from all sectors of society, DCTS is committed to engaging the wisdom and resources of community partners in our efforts to modify the social beliefs, behaviors, and attitudes that perpetuate disenfranchisement and other destructive behaviors. The experiences of persons who have successfully overcome barriers of marginalization, violence, or abuse and have transitioned into independent living are a rich source of insight and information concerning the multifaceted needs of victims and efficient strategies for meeting those needs. By sharing their testimonies, clients can encourage those experiencing these challenges and help service, governmental, and nonprofit organizations implement more efficient programs and outreach strategies. DCTS is committed to engaging our clients as passionate advocate partners in our efforts.
DCTS is committed to eliminating racism and all other forms of oppression. We understand this is a never-ending process requiring ongoing openness, diligence, and hard work. We believe that any form of oppression enables destructive behaviors, so efforts to end them must include an anti-oppression agenda. DCTS thinks that a wide-ranging array of perspectives results from inclusion and diversity, which allows our not-for-profit organization to be more effective; we commit to promoting inclusion and diversity in philanthropy and the not-for-profit sector. We are also dedicated to greater diversity and inclusion within our organization. We will provide equal opportunities to individuals of all races, ethnicity, genders, religions, sexual orientations, gender identifications, ages, socioeconomic statuses, marital statuses, geographic locations, philosophies, and veteran statuses at all levels of staff and governance.
Davidson County Transitional Services Inc.
11 Farmview Road, Thomasville, North Carolina 27360, United States
[Office] 336-472-0625 or 336-474-1284
Serving Davidson & Other NC Counties
Walk-ins are NOT permitted. In person appointments MUST be made a week in advance. Emergency appointments by referral ONLY!
If you are trying to reach Davidson County Social Services call 336-242-2500.