Executive Director, Harris County Protective Services for Children and Adults
Mr. Levine has a long history as a Child Welfare Professional. Mr. Levine is the Executive Director for Harris County Protective Services for Children and Adults (HCPS). He has been with HCPS for 22 years. HCPS provides services and supports for the children and families involved with the state child welfare program in Harris County, school and community based services for child abuse and juvenile justice prevention and early intervention and the public guardianship program for incapacitated wards of the county probate courts. Prior to his current position, Mr. Levine served as Children Services Division Administrator. Previously he was the Director of Administration and Director of the TRIAD Program for County Juvenile Prevention and Early Intervention Services. Prior to HCPS, Mr. Levine worked for the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services where he worked as a Caseworker, Foster Home Development Trainer and Supervisor and Program Director for Family Preservation.
Mr. Levine is a Senior Fellow in the American Leadership Forum Houston Chapter (Criminal Justice Class IV), Board President for the Texas Network of Youth Services, Member of the Houston Galveston-Area Council Criminal Justice Advisory Council, and on the Advisory Board for Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies-Houston Campus.