Neo Cognitive Behavior Program

Neo – A combining form meaning “new,” “recent,” “revived,” “modified,”

Cognitive Behavior
 
Of or pertaining to the mental processes of perception, memory, judgment, and reasoning, as contrasted with emotional and volitional processes.

The Vision

To educate both naturally and spiritually.
To send out a people ready for visitation; prisons and those without a place of comfort.
To set in order a prison program for parolees and those who have completed their time.
A. Temporary housing in apartment or group setting;
B. Job training and assignments;
C. Transportation

The Mission Statement

​The basic foundation of our mission is to make ready a people for reintegration and sober living to bring faith and understanding to their lives; providing knowledge of structure and discipline with focus on completing goals for a great increase for their future.

If you would like to be a part of this much-needed ministry in Houston or the surrounding area please contact:

Living Water Inc. Curriculum

We provide developmentally appropriate material and activities, including information about the short-term effects and long-term consequences of use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs.

Use interactive teaching techniques, such as role playing, discussions, brainstorming, cooperative learning, and video viewing of addiction and drug abuse such as: Setting Personal Boundaries by Jim Sheldon, Set-Up For Relapse by Michael Johnson, Medical Consequences of Addiction

Cover necessary prevention and social skills from a living in balance curriculum, which covers 36 lessons on living in balance and how drugs and alcohol have played a part in these areas.

Actively involves the family and the community, so that prevention strategies are reinforced across settings.

Includes teacher training and support to ensure that curriculum is delivered as intended.

Contains material that is easy for teachers to implement and is culturally relevant for students.

Facilitate development of personal, Hebraic Christian Studies, social, and refusal skills to resist life pressures.  In addition, developing a discharge plan with recommendations.

 

What We Offer

1. Intensive Out-Patient and Supported-Out Patient Faith Based Class
2. Individual and Group Sessions & Counseling
3. Study videos of Addiction & Drug Abuse by chemical dependency counselors with bi-monthly discussion
4. Assistance and Internet access for employment search and writing of resume
5. Help with food packages
6. Free Snacks (coffee, cake, chips, soda, and popcorn)Court-Ordered Community Supervision Restitution Program
7. Assessments are $25 per hourGroups and individuals are
$25.00 per-session and any follow-up
 

Isaiah 61

“The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound;”
 

To learn more please contact us, we are glad to give you all the information you need.