Beginning on day one, returning citizens are assessed, “using a validated risk assessment, combined with the results of other evaluations, we can identify each incarcerated individual’s crucial academic, vocational, and therapeutic needs. Using this vital information, our skilled professionals develop a case action plan to reduce risk of recidivism while equipping returning citizens for successful reentry into the community.”
Reducing recidivism is a team effort that requires synchronizing individualized and targeted interventions at the right time and in the right amount. Our team measures success in three essential areas:
1) Up-to-date and on-time criminogenic risk assessments.
2) Up-to-date and high-quality case action plans.
3) Time spent with individuals guiding them through the process of returning to communities successfully.
A brief overview of the main responsibilities of a case manager are the following:
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