Our Mission

The mission of Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc. is to provide healing development and empowerment to individuals and families enabling them to reach their potential for the benefit and improvement of children's lives. 

Our Origin Story

In 1990, a father passed away leaving his children to mourn while their mother re-married into a domestically violent relationship. Without the sister’s courage to seek help, the boy would continue to suffer academically and physically daily for years. As a result of the boy’s poor grades and tormented home environment, college was out of reach. However, the boy persevered and received a bachelor’s and master’s degree. The boy in this story felt his story wasn’t unique or atypical. He used his narrative as a catalyst of change for families in Texas.

Since 2006, Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc. has empowered families to persevere through adversity to reach their potential for the benefit and improvement of children's lives. Our first initiative provided mental health treatment solely clients involved in the child welfare system. In 2014, we were given opportunity to start providing drug counseling, anger management, and parenting classes for clients involved with the criminal justice system.  Our outpatient drug program provides treatment, evaluation, DWI Education, parenting classes, and individual counseling in addition to the services that we continued to provide for CPS. By 2016, we served over 500 clients in that one year. Our successful growth prompted an improved business structure. In 2018, the agency was incorporated as a 501C3 organization with the purpose of providing mental health and drug outpatient treatment for children their families in and around Harris County. That same year we began providing free mental health services for survivors of domestic violence.

Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc. continued to grow through 2019 to the point where we were poised to add a second location in Fort Bend County and a third location in Pearland. By the end of 2019, the agency was listed as a 211 United Way Resource and began accepting Traditional Medicaid. However, before we could make the expansion, the coronavirus pandemic began and our growth stalled. Throughout 2020 our clientele decreased. As our clientele decreased, so did the need for our employees. By the middle of 2020, all of our licensed clinicians were reduced to as needed and meeting clients virtually only. By end of 2020, our clientele was reduced to a little over 150 clients - the lowest number of clientele served since inception in 2009. The numbers families we serve continue to drop through 2021 to 126 clients. 

Despite the downturn over the past two years, we became a licensed substance abuse facility.  In addition, we began accepting private insurance to assist families in affording mental health treatment. As a result of these changes, the first quarter of 2022 has yielded steady climb in clients. Our fundraising efforts now include grant writing for our current programs, expanding the domestic violence mental health services, and our newly added HBCU Prep Partnership with Klein ISD (as seen in the 2023 City of Houston MLK Parade). 
With our new strategies for growth, we hope to become a provider for more than just traditional Medicaid but all managed care organizations who provide Medicaid benefits. We also plan to provide a learning environment for social workers seeking advancement in their licensure. The results of these efforts have put Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc. on a pace to allow us to reach our goals of providing services for more families in Texas. 
Our founder, Rashad Skinner, became featured in magazines and blogs including Fatherly Magazine, Authority, and Voyage Houston Magazine.


Our goals for 2022 

  • Begin the HBCU program and establish a volunteer corps 
  • Increase our social media presence to 1000 followers/friends on any social media platform 
  • Fundraise for $100,000 from foundation and corporations 
  • Increase outreach efforts for the domestic violence initiative 
  • Become a provider for all local Medicaid MCO’s 
  • Increase outreach efforts for the drug treatment to Montgomery County 
  • Restart planning for a second location 
  • Develop the board of directors and increasing its members 

Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc. - Houston

Our North Houston office is conveniently located on the corner of FM 1960 Rd. West where Stuebner Airline Rd. changes names to Veterans Memorial Drive. We are halfway between the North Freeway and Willowbrook Mall. Three public bus routes meet on FM 1960 at Veterans Memorial in front of this location:

  • 86 Willowbrook
  • 96 FM 1960
  • 108 FM 1960

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+1 281-714-5121

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Sapphire Therapeutic Services, Inc. Houston

Farm to Market 1960 4606

Houston 77069

United States

Opening hours

Monday: 7PM-9PM

Tuesday: 10AM-2PM

Tuesday: 7PM-9PM

Wednesday: 10AM-2PM

Thursday: 10AM-2PM

Saturday: 9AM-12PM