Corrections & Reentry

Program Goals/Target Population Community and Law Enforcement Resources Together (ComALERT) is a reentry program in Brooklyn, N.Y., that provides substance abuse treatment, employment, and housing services for parolees transitioning from prison back into the community. The goal of the program is to reduce recidivism of parolees by providing them with the ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationEquipping Youth to Help One Another (EQUIP) is a multicomponent treatment program that seeks to establish a “climate for change” where youth can turn antisocial and self-destructive behavior into positive behavior that helps them and others around them. This is done by teaching antisocial youth problem-solving and helping ...
Program Goals/ Target Population Narrative Exposure Therapy for traumatized children and adolescents (KidNET) is an individual-level psychosocial treatment that aims to reduce posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms in traumatized refugee children. Targeted behaviors include PTSD–related symptoms and behaviors, as well as other mental health symptoms and the ability to function. The ...
Program Goals Naltrexone hydrochloride is a medication used in the treatment of opioid addiction. Approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1985 for use in opioid dependence, the medication works by antagonizing opioid receptors and blocking the effects of opiates (usually in the form of heroin) consumed by addicts. Naltrexone ...
Program Goals The San Juan County DWI First Offender Program is designed to work with court-defined first-time offenders convicted of driving while intoxicated (DWI). The goal of the program is reduce DWI rearrest rates.   Target Population The program is run by San Juan County, which is in northwestern New Mexico, and targets court-defined ...
Program Goals Community Resource Centers (CRCs), also known as Day Reporting Centers, are nonresidential multiservice centers that facilitate parolees’ successful reintegration back into the community by offering a combination of services and supervision. They serve as community-based alternative sanctions for technical parole violators or as a condition of parole on release from ...
Program Goals, Target Population Halfway Back (HWB) is a highly structured program that serves as an alternative to incarceration for technical parole violators or as a special condition of parole on release from prison in New Jersey. HWB programs are run at nine different secure residential facilities in the State and ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationThe Phoenix (Ariz.) Repeat Offender Program was designed to increase conviction and incarceration rates for chronic, high-risk offenders. This program was targeted at repeat offenders with extensive criminal histories in Phoenix, Ariz. The primary goal was to prosecute dangerous offenders to the full extent of the law resulting ...
Program Goals/Target Population The Auglaize County Transition (ACT) Program is one of the Nation’s first jail reentry programs. The goal of the program is to reduce recidivism of jail inmates once they reenter the community, and thus the program addresses the numerous problems faced by inmates during reentry, such as medical ...
Program Goals The Minnesota Department of Corrections (MNDOC) provides prison-based chemical dependency (CD) treatment for offenders who are chemically abusive or dependent. The primary goal of in-prison treatment programs is to reduce the recidivism rates of offenders with CD issues once they reenter the community.   Targeted Population/Eligibility CD treatment offered by the MNDOC is ...
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