RRS programs support the reduction of violations and new crimes among probation and post release participants. The program provides high risk/high need offenders with evidence-based counseling/treatment and related support services to help them maintain productive, crime-free living.
Here's how the program works:
- Participants may be court-ordered to RRS or referred by either TASC or Division of Community Corrections delegated authority.
- RRS services include cognitive behavioral instruction (CBI), substance abuse treatment, case management and support services/community linkages to address employment, education, health/nutrition, parenting, family counseling, and transportation needs.
RRS services are available in the following counties (click for contact information):