This is a union position.
STOP Program Area Six provides comprehensive, evidence-based programming and services for California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation inmates and parolees to utilize during their transition back into society. Area Six includes San Diego, Orange, and Imperial counties. Priority program placements are given to those participants who are within their first year of release and who have been assessed for moderate to high risk of re offending.
Community Service Representatives (CSRs) provide a comprehensive array of placement, reentry, and case management services to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) population from within the in-prison Substance Abuse Treatment (SAT) programs, Community Transition Program (CTP), and other General Population (GP) inmates scheduled for release from CDCR institutions. The CSR screens and manages the participant from the intake process for placement into Community Based Providers (CBP), through treatment, and into the final stages towards an independent, crime-free lifestyle. The position also requires service provision to a caseload of CDCR participants, ongoing data entry of placement notes, filing, coordination of CBP placement, and transportation planning with institutional staff and other duties as assigned by STOP supervisors.