Good Shepherd Residential Treatment Centre
Good Shepherd Residential Treatment Centre invites individuals to a common pursuit of growth, meaning and purpose in life.
Good Shepherd RTC offers carefully designed treatment for adolescent males requiring moderate or specialized level of care, aged 7 to 17 years who demonstrate clinical emotional and behavioral problems.
 
Yet, these are children of "HOPE and PROMISE"
Good Shepherd RTC was founded in 1999 by our CEO, Rev. Dr. J Charles Hinds, D.Min, ACA, LCCA
Our facility is located near Tomball, Texas. Our 5 acre campus houses a 40 bed residential facility, counseling center, three outdoor playing felds and to meet our children's spiritual needs, The Chapel of the Good Shepherd 
Our mission is to actively foster their return to a more productive lifestyle and to a common pursuit of truth that leads to maturity, productivity and positive community life. Individual, social, spiritual and community wellness is our mission.
Our Mission
OUR HISTORY
Heart and Hands to Care
     Our Good Shepherd Family Leaders, at all levels, are dedicated and caring people. They share their life with our children. Nothing else will do! We accomplish this by adult exemplar.
 
Environment of a Real Family
     Good Shepherd is a real family, and as such, provides that undeniably strong and basic family framework of safety, trust, and strong individual self-worth. We accomplish this by providing structure and experience.
 
Learning to Grow in Stature: Educationally, Relationally and Spiritually.
     The Good Shepherd Family shall actively provide and foster growth in education, relational skills & spiritual life. These three arenas are the basis for growing in stature for the self, the world & others. We accomplish this by program opportunity & adult behavioral exemplar. 
 
Planning for Life's Tasks and Journey.
     Good Shepherd strongly believes that planning lifes tasks and its journey is an absolute. A sense of clear identity and self-directed future is what we strive to teach and enable in our family. We accomplish this by educational program focus and by adult exemplar.

 
 
HOW DO WE "H.E.L.P." THEM?