[Program]

WHAT WE PROVIDE

24-HOUR SUPERVISION AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT
A CONTINUATION OF LIFE SKILLS TRAINING AND REHABILITATION COUNSELING, WHICH BEGAN IN THE INSTITUTION
30-DAY BLACKOUT PERIOD
REFERRAL FOR EMPLOYMENT COUNSELING, JOB SEARCH AND ASSISTANCE WITH MEDICAL SERVICES
INDIVIDUALIZED TREATMENT SERVICES FOR MENTAL HEALTH PROBLEMS AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE ISSUES
ON-SITE RECREATION
3-MEALS PER DAY
REENTRY TRAINING (HELP WITH DEVELOPING PLANS FOR EVENTUAL FULL RETURN HOME)
ON-SITE RANDOM DRUG TESTING
PRIVATE AREA FOR CDCR STAFF TO MEET WITH CLIENTS
MILESTONE CERTIFIED COURSE CURRICULUM TAUGHT IN CDCR FACILITIES
FAMILY REUNIFICATION WORKSHOPS WITH TRAINED COUNSELORS
ON-CALL MEDICAL DIRECTOR
ONE ON ONE COUNSELING
JOB PLACEMENT TRAINING
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ACTIVITIES

OUR MISSION

To address and bring release to areas of confinement common to all physically, emotionally, spiritually or mentally incarcerated individuals.
To promote Accountability, Integrity and Responsibility (AIR) by developing skills necessary to enhance the family structure and develop a healthier understanding of the male/female thought process and their role in society.
To promote the notion that men must take care when making Choices, always keeping in mind that with their Decisions comes Consequences, for which each of them is solely Responsible (CDCR).
To provide a safe, nurturing, clean and sober environment conducive to breaking the bonds of addiction and incarceration.
To offer transitional living accommodations and life skill enhancement to males who are challenged by alcohol, substance abuse and mental illness. Many in this population exhibit some type of criminal behavior.
To bridge the continuum of care gap between initial treatment and the independent maintenance of long term recovery.