Central Texas Treatment Center
The Central Texas Treatment Center (CTTC) of Williamson County was established in November, 1990, to provide 24-hour community supervision and substance use disorder treatment to sentenced by the courts as an initial condition of community supervision or as a community supervision modification. CTTC was established through the joint efforts of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Community Justice Assistance Division (TDCJ-CJAD), the Community Supervision and Corrections Department (CSCD) of Williamson County and the Georgetown Healthcare System (GHS).
On September 1, 2002, CTTC was relocated to Eastern Williamson County. The physical and mailing addresses are as follows:
601 North Alligator, CR355
P.O. Box 488
Granger, Texas 76530
The program design for CTTC consists of the criminal justice system, substance abuse treatment, adult education, cognitive learning, life skills training, psychological services, physical education, and spiritual development. The treatment approach involves two tracks: community supervision and substance abuse/criminal thinking treatment. These two tracks are integrated to accommodate the philosophies of both disciplines resulting in the successful recovery and reintegration of the resident into society. Supervision and treatment functions provide a structured environment, teaching responsibility, consequences of actions and compliance with conditions of supervision.
What is the CTTC
The Central Texas Treatment Center is a 100-bed residential treatment center for probationers with chemical dependency problems. Located in Granger, Texas, it is operated by the Williamson County Community Supervision and Corrections (Adult Probation) Department. CTTC is funded through a grant from the Community Justice Assistance Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
The Center serves both men and women throughout the state of Texas. It has been operating since November 1990. CTTC enjoys a very positive reputation for successful, cost effective treatment, with over 85% of residents successfully completing treatment and over 80% of former residents successfully completing their probation sentences. Center residents progress through treatment at their own pace based on their ability and willingness to complete the Center's cognitive curriculum and obey Center rules. The average length of stay is 6 to 9 months.
We encourage you to use the menu above to visit pages that contain information for prospective residents, referring agencies, families of residents, and alumni.
Williamson County CSCD/Central Texas Treatment Center, SA.T.F. has mandated zero-tolerance towards all forms of sexual abuse and sexual harassment. Such conduct is prohibited by this policy and will not be tolerated; to include resident-on-resident sexual abuse or harassment and employee-on-resident sexual abuse or harassment. It is the Central Texas Treatment Center's policy to aggressively investigate all allegations, regardless of the source, and prosecute those who are involved in incidents of sexual activity between residents or employee/volunteers/contractors and residents, regardless of consensual status, is strictly prohibited and subject to administrative and criminal disciplinary sanctions. Report any / all instances of suspected sexual abuse and sexual harassment to:
- Center Director, Raymond Cruthis, 512-943-1211
- Center Assistant Director/Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Coordinator, Lori Kiehl, 512-943-1211
- Williamson County CSCD Deputy Director, Dara Santifer, 512-943-3500
You can make an anonymous report to Hope Alliance (Williamson County Crisis Center) by calling 800-460-7233 or by sending a letter to
1011 Gattis School Road
Round Rock TX 78664
The facility shall enable reasonable communication between residents and outside organizations and agencies, in as confidential a manner as possible.
You can have a third-party report an incident of sexual harassment or sexual abuse by having them contact any of the parties listed above. You may report Sexual Abuse or Sexual Harassment by sending a letter to:
PREA Ombudsman Office
P.O. Box 99
Huntsville, TX 77342-0099.
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