Human Services Technology
The purpose of the Human Service Technology Program is to provide a quality educational experience to encourage students to develop professional competence in the discipline of Human Services that contributes to the social and cultural needs of the community.
Do you want to change the world, or at least your community? Check out our new brochure on the Community Organization Class, CMSW 2303.
The Human Service Program now has a Marketable Skills Award that meets the educational requirements to become a Certified Prevention Specialist. For more information contact Ginger at 713-718-5539 or Rich at 713-718-5540
A second Marketable Skill Award for Community Health Worker has been approved. Classes meet the requirement for state certification by the Department of State Health Services. For more information contact Ginger at 713-718-5539 or Rich at 713-718-5540
Welcome to the Human Service Technology Program at Houston Community College System. The fact that you have selected the Human Service Technology Program (HSTP) as your choice of studies indicates that you are indeed a special person. There are a wide range of careers that you will be eligible for upon graduation.
The HSTP is accredited through the Council of Standards for Human Service Education which makes graduates eligible to become a Nationally Certified Human Service Professional through the National Organization of Human Services. For more information about NOHS and the Certified Human Service Profession visit their web site at http://www.nationalhumanservices.org.
As a graduate of the HSTP program you are eligible to become a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC). If you have questions about becoming a LCDC, go to the Department of State Health Services, Substance Abuse web site at http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/sa/default.shtm.
The HSTP has been a member of the Gulf Coast Addiction Technology Transfer Center (GCATTC) since 1993 which is a chapter of the National Addiction Technology Transfer Center (NATTC). As a member of the ATTC network, it ensures that the HSTP is offering the latest evidenced based practice in the field of Substance Use Disorders.
We are delighted to have you join us here. The faculty, and staff and will do our best to assist you. Remember, questions unasked will remain unanswered.
Welcome from the faculty and staff of the Human Service Technology Program.