The Specialized Treatment for Optimized Programming (STOP) Program Area Six connects California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation inmates and parolees to comprehensive, evidence-based programming and services during their transition into the community, with priority given to those participants who are within their first year of release and who have been assessed to as a moderate to high risk to reoffend. Area Six includes San Diego, Orange, and Imperial counties. STOP subcontracts with detoxification, licensed residential treatment programs, outpatient programs, professional services, and reentry and recovery housing throughout the program area to assist participants with reentry and recovery resources.
Will provide direct case work services to participants on parole within the community, conduct unannounced quality assurance site visits to subcontractors, assign service level to participants based on Secondary Assessment, Case Management Plan (CMP) development and updates, file reviews, ancillary service procurement, maintaining open and continuous dialogue with Parole Agent of Record (AOR), development of discharge plans and levels of care including extension requests based on need. STOP Case Managers are responsible for assessing client needs and strengths in support of health and recovery. Through an array case management services and providing high quality customer service, STOP Case Managers assist clients in navigating the needed services to reach health and recovery. STOP Case Managers also assure that the quality of services delivered by the community providers meet the standards set forth by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) and HealthRIGHT 360.