Social Support & Re-entry

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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Female Offender Treatment and Employment Program (FOTEP)

The Female Offender Treatment and Employment Program provides residential treatment and re-entry programming for female parolees. FOTEP programs provide a gender-responsive and trauma-informed environment, using evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role that trauma frequently plays in the addictive and criminal histories of female offenders. This specialized treatment approach works with

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Essence of MANA

An Outreach and Prevention Program targeting Samoan and Tongans in North San Mateo County Mana is a Pacific Islander concept that represents a connection to and spirit of a higher power (e.g., gods, ancestors, the universe). This concept is used to promote a holistic view of wellness (body, mind, and soul) among the Pacific Islander

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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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Post Release Community Supervision (PRCS)

Reentry services including system navigation, housing and case management, employment, healthcare and transportation services. In partnership with the Los Angeles County Probation Department, PRCS serves participants throughout Los Angeles County with a subcontracted network of housing facilities providing Transitional Housing, Reentry Housing, Parent with Children, Board and Care, Recuperative Care, Skilled Nursing, and Welcome Centers.

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