The Therapeutic Justice Foundation services consist of providing direct consultation and training of county and municipal judges on techniques of progressive sanctions and alternative sentencing strategies, along with judicial guidance on the formation of specialty courts. For consultation, local county governments and criminal justice divisions may submit requests to the Therapeutic Justice Foundation for Therapeutic Justice consultation or trainings by completing a Request for Information (RFI) packet that provides background information on the state of judicial proceedings and processes. Once submitted, the Board of Directors of the Therapeutic Justice Foundation shall review submissions monthly at their monthly Board Meeting. Costs on consultation and training are assessed per reviewed RFI with recommendations on available funding resources; federal, state, local or private resources. Upon approval of an RFI, the Board of Directors of TJF assigns the specialty Therapeutic Justice Team, composed of an experienced Judge, three Texas Licensed Criminal Attorneys, Specialists in Criminal Justice Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services programs, Business Consultant to devise operational budget for the project. The assigned team meets weekly to devise a Therapeutic Justice Plan, goals, objectives, strategies and deliverable target dates to meet with the designated county awarded TJI grant moneys for redesign of their county’s justice system.