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CAAP Court Systems Initiatives

Program Overview

This program is designed to promote a change in one's cognitive thinking processes by providing offenders access to services that will assist the individuals with creating a plan towards behavior change absent of criminal engagement.

The Cocaine and Alcohol Awareness Program, Incorporated (CAAP, Inc.) was established in 1989, as a non-profit 501(c)(3) program. CAAP, Inc. operates in five locations within Memphis and assists over 3,500 individuals annually in overcoming chemical dependency, homelessness, domestic violence, victimization, and other self-defeating behavioral health and co-occurring mental health disorder issues. CAAP’s newest program Court System Initiative (CCSI) works closely with the Criminal Justice System to effectively address the needs of offenders to decrease recidivism by the utilization of behavioral health, meatal health, primary health, and other social services, thereby reducing the overall crime within Memphis and Shelby County.

CAAP Court Systems Initiatives (CCSI) is an innovative program that reforms criminals into honorable and productive citizens through providing a comprehensive seamless delivery system of services, that addresses the physical, mental, behavioral health, substance use disorder, social conditions and cognitive thinking of offenders.



CCSI will offer offenders the following services:


  • Cognitive Skills Training

  • Substance Use Disorders Services

  • Social Skills

  • Behavioral Health Services

  • Moral Reasoning

  • Case Management Services

  • Impulse Management

  • Affordable Housing

  • Primary Care Services

  • Veterans’ Services

  • Women Health Services

  • Dental Services



  • Conduct mental/behavioral health, substance use disorder and needs assessments to produce treatment recommendations to the courts.

  • Identify key problems, needs, interest, help set attainable goals, with desirable outcomes, in an appropriate time frame, conduct groups

       and individual coaching sessions with offenders.

  • Provide case management for the offender up to one year of program admission or otherwise stated in court-order.

  • Use cognitive behavioral skill building and client centered coaching approaches to help give offenders an opportunity to change their

       thinking, their lives, and their place in society.

CAAP Court System Initiatives (CCSI)

Cocaine Alcohol Awareness Program, Inc

   3973 Knight Arnold Rd Memphis, TN 38118

901-360-0442 – Office

901-505-0214 – Fax

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