Offenders/In Custody

Project LEARN

Psychoeducation and Psychosocial classes in jail and to the reentry population Project LEARN provides reentry programming to individuals incarcerated at Elmwood Correctional Facility, utilizing three (3) evidence‐based curricula/interventions: Seeking Safety, Thinking For a Change, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Skills Training. Clients are assigned to the classes by the Rehabilitation officers or Pretrial officers. Contact: […]

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Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI)

HealthRIGHT 360 has partnered with the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) to implement the County’s Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) Pre-Booking, Pre-Filing Program. The goal of the program is to divert individuals from the justice system at the earliest possible point, furthering the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisor’s vision of “Care First, Jails Last.”  The

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Multi-Agency Assessment Center (MAAC)

Intervention and treatment services for incarcerated youth The Santa Clara County Probation Department operates the Multi-Agency Assessment Center (MAAC) in Juvenile Hall. Based on the results of the MAAC assessments, The County oversees the development, monitoring and adjustment of youth that are detained in Juvenile Hall longer than 72 hours. AARS provides substance abuse educational

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Correctional Health Services-Substance Use Disorder (START)

Gender responsive, trauma informed substance use disorder treatment for women in-custody and linkages to community-based treatment and supports for successful re-entry. A custody-based program for women located at the Century Regional Detention Facility utilizing ASAM-informed assessments to identify need for addiction and mental health services as well as criminogenic thinking. Provides trauma-informed interventions involving person-to-person

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