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1 State of Connecticut Department of Correction Parole and Community Services Directory of Contracted Community Programs James Dzurenda Commissioner Joseph Haggan Director of Parole and Community Services July 2014

2 Table of Contents Page DOC Community Contract Administrators 3 Introduction. 4 Glossary. 5 7 Map of DOC Parole Districts.. 8 Index of Programs by Parole District Bridgeport Parole District.. 9 Hartford Parole District.. 10 New Haven Parole District.. 11 Norwich Parole District.. 12 Waterbury Parole District.. 13 Residential Programs: APT Foundation RSD (Long Term) 14 APT Foundation RSD (Short Term). 15 Chrysalis Center COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SERVICES Community Partners in Action MEN S WORK RELEASE. 17 Community Solutions, Inc. BERMAN TREATMENT CENTER.. 18 Community Solutions, Inc. CHASE CENTER.. 19 Community Solutions, Inc. CHEYNEY HOUSE. 20 Community Solutions, Inc. DRAPELICK SULLIVAN CENTER Community Solutions, Inc. HARTFORD HOUSE. 22 Community Solutions, Inc. JOHNSON SILLIMAN HOUSE. 23 Community Solutions, Inc. STEIN HOUSE. 24 Community Solutions, Inc. WATKINSON HOUSE. 25 Connection, Inc. COCHEGAN HOUSE. 26 Connection, Inc. CONNECTION HOUSE Connection, Inc. EDDY CENTER. 28 Connection, Inc. JANUARY CENTER. 29 Connection, Inc. REACH BRIDGEPORT.. 30 Connection, Inc. REACH HARTFORD.. 31 Connection, Inc. REACH NEW HAVEN.. 32 Connection, Inc. REACH NORWICH Connection, Inc. REACH WATERBURY.. 34 Connection, Inc. ROGER SHERMAN HOUSE.. 35 Connection, Inc. SIERRA WORK RELEASE CT Renaissance CENTRAL AVENUE 37 CT Renaissance DRUG TREATMENT. 38 CT Renaissance MAPLE STREET.. 39 CT Renaissance WATERBURY EAST.. 40 CT Renaissance WATERBURY WEST.. 41 Family ReEntry ENTERPRISE HOUSE 42 FHM Services FELLOWSHIP HOUSE.. 43 Isaiah 61:1 ISAIAH HOUSE. 44 Isaiah 61:1 MARY MAGDALENE HOUSE McCall Foundation WARNER HOUSE

3 Residential Programs Cont.: New Opportunities BISHOP HOUSE. 47 Open Hearth MEN S WORK RELEASE 48 Perception Programs BROOKLYN BRIDGE 49 Perception Programs NEXT STEP COTTAGE 50 Project More ROGER EVERSON HOUSE.. 51 Project More WALTER BROOKS HOUSE.. 52 Wellmore, Inc. MORRIS HOUSE. 53 Wellmore, Inc. THERAPEUTIC SHELTER 54 Non Residential Programs: Career Resources REENTRY WORKS. 55 Chrysalis Center EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT NETWORK 56 CNV Help RENATO NETWORK CNV Help TRAVISANO NETWORK. 58 CNV Help WATKINS NETWORK.. 59 Columbus House STARTING OVER 60 Connection, Inc. THE COUNSELING CENTER NORWICH.. 61 Community Partners in Action RESETTLEMENT. 62 Community Renewal Team BEHAVIORAL HEALTH HARTFORD 63 Community Renewal Team BEHAVIORAL HEALTH WATERBURY 64 Council of Churches COOP CENTER 65 Easter Seals Goodwill COMMUNITY REENTRY SERVICES. 66 Family ReEntry BRIDGEPORT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH. 67 Family ReEntry NEW HAVEN BEHAVIORAL HEALTH. 68 Family ReEntry FRESH START.. 69 Families in Crisis SOCIAL REUNIFICATION BRIDGEPORT 70 Families in Crisis SOCIAL REUNIFICATION HARTFORD 71 Families in Crisis SOCIAL REUNIFICATION NEW HAVEN 72 Families in Crisis SOCIAL REUNIFICATION NORWICH.. 73 Families in Crisis SOCIAL REUNIFICATION WATERBURY 74 Liberation Programs STAMFORD OUTPATIENT 75 New Directions BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 76 Perception Programs OUTPATIENT SERVICES. 77 Wellmore, Inc. OUTPATIENT SERVICES. 78 CSSD CONNECTION SEX OFFENDER TREATMENT

4 Directory of Contracted Programs DOC Community Contract Administrators Joseph Haggan Director of Parole & Community Services 300 Sheldon Street Hartford, CT Telephone: (860) E mail: Eric Ellison Deputy Director of Parole & Community Services 300 Sheldon Street Hartford, CT Telephone: (860) E mail: Jill Colavolpe Parole Manager, Parole & Community Services Residential Unit 300 Sheldon Street Hartford, CT Telephone: (860) E mail: Melanie Sparks Contracts Administrator 24 Wolcott Hill Road Wethersfield, CT Telephone: (860) E mail: 3

5 Directory of Contracted Programs Introduction In the early 1970 s, the Connecticut Department of Correction (CTDOC) was one of the first in the nation to establish contracts with private non profit agencies to provide residential and nonresidential supervision and treatment/services for offenders. Since that time, the CTDOC has significantly expanded residential capacity and increased the number of nonresidential programs. CTDOC s Mission Statement emphasizes the agency s responsibility to provide offenders with opportunities that support restitution, rehabilitation and successful community reintegration. In State Fiscal Year 2006, CTDOC began the process of reviewing its community service network as a whole to evaluate offender access to appropriate programs in needed numbers, types and locations. These factors were then evaluated to determine future needs. In State Fiscal Year 2009, this evaluation culminated in a competitive procurement process which rebid all contracted community services and implemented a comprehensive statewide community network of services for CTDOC offenders returning to the community. The current CTDOC Community Service Network defines specific types of residential and nonresidential programming in the community. Residential programs are available to male and female offenders releasing to the community under CTDOC supervision. These programs provide offenders with opportunities to begin reintegration in a structured residential setting. Most often, offenders are assisted with obtaining employment and have the opportunity to develop a savings plan prior to living independently. CTDOC s residential programming includes Work Release, Substance Abuse, Mental Health, Women and Children, Sex Offender Treatment, Scattered Site Supportive Housing and Temporary Supportive Housing programs. Nonresidential programs are also available to male and female offenders releasing to the community under CTDOC supervision, both those residing independently and those residing in contracted residential programs. These programs provide offenders with day and/or evening services designed to assist them in identified areas of need. CTDOC contracted nonresidential programs are categorized into four service areas: Behavioral Health, Employment, Social Reunification and Support Services. Under current contract are 24 nonprofit community agencies providing 41 residential programs with a total of 1,088 residential beds (at an average cost of $77.00 per bed, per day) and 25 nonresidential programs. These agencies work in collaboration with CTDOC staff to ensure that offenders are provided with every opportunity to become successful and productive members of their communities. This Directory provides a brief description of each CTDOC contracted community program. Included in the Directory is a summary of each residential and nonresidential program type as well as a breakdown of the geographic CTDOC Parole Districts and the programs available in each District. The Directory also provides contact information for CTDOC staff associated with community supervision and contract management. 4

6 Directory of Contracted Programs Residential Program Glossary Work Release: Programs designed to provide assistance to offenders in obtaining meaningful employment. Offenders reside in these programs for an average of 4 months under 24/7 onsite supervision. The goal upon discharge is for each offender to have stable employment, an acceptable place to live, and sufficient savings to live independently. Program staff assist offenders with needs such as obtaining identification, developing a savings plan, obtaining a GED, developing a resume, finding employment and securing housing. CTDOC holds contracts for 696 work release beds around the state, 50 of which are reserved for female offenders. Substance Abuse: Programs designed to provide in house treatment for offenders with a history of substance abuse. CTDOC contracts for both long term (average of 6 months) and short term (average of days) substance abuse treatment programs. Both program types begin with a day treatment component designed to assist offenders in dealing with their addictions in the outside world. During this time, offenders are not allowed to leave the program. Following this period, offenders placed in short term programs are released to begin a CTDOC Work Release program, with outpatient substance abuse treatment provided by a contracted CTDOC non residential provider. Offenders placed in long term programs, as a result of their history of abuse and addiction, remain in the program and are assisted with finding stable employment while receiving less intensive counseling on site. The goal upon discharge is for each offender to have successfully completed the treatment component, obtained stable employment and made suitable independent living arrangements. CTDOC holds contracts for 47 long term and 127 short term substance abuse beds around the state, 15 of which are reserved for female offenders. Mental Health: Programs designed to assist offenders with significant mental health needs. These programs are designed to operate in the same manner as substance abuse programs, with emphasis on treatment of mental health disorders and development of plans to ensure that offenders are linked to appropriate services when they release. The goal upon discharge is for offenders to have completed the treatment component, obtained stable employment (if able to work), and retained appropriate housing. Program staff work closely with local mental health providers to ensure that once offenders discharge, they are linked to services which assist them as they move to an independent residence. 5

7 Women & Children: CTDOC s one program of this type is essentially a female work release program that allows children to live on site with their mother. In addition to services available in traditional work release programs, offenders also receive assistance in reunification with their children, parenting classes, learning to care for a child while maintaining fulltime employment, and developing relationships with the Department of Children and Families when appropriate. CTDOC holds a contract for 26 women and children beds in the community. Sex Offender Treatment: These residential programs provide a high level of supervision for individuals convicted of a sexual offense, but eligible for release to the community prior to completion of their criminal sentence. The programs operate with an average of 4 6 months residence for each offender. The offender s stay is broken out into 3 Phases of intensive treatment for the specific sexual offense, as well as case management, benefits and housing assistance, job readiness training and linkage to the contracted non residential sex offender treatment provider who will assist the offender once released from the residential program. CTDOC holds a contract for 12 male sex offender treatment beds in the community. Scattered Site Supportive Housing: These programs generally consist of apartment style living for 1 2 same gender offenders. Programs run 3 4 months in length and do not require on site supervision. Apartments are fully furnished and basic needs such as food vouchers, bus tokens, clothing, and toiletries are initially provided. Program staff is responsible for administering a needs assessment for each offender, after which the offender is linked to DOC contracted nonresidential programs and other local providers to ensure that needs such as permanent housing, employment, substance abuse treatment and family reunification are addressed. DOC holds contracts for 134 scattered site supportive housing beds around the state. Temporary Supportive Housing: These short term programs are designed to assist offenders with obtaining immediate basic needs prior to their transition to independent living. Programs run days in length and provide 24/7 onsite, supervised housing for offenders awaiting transfer to transitional supervision or offenders with less than 60 days left until the completion of their sentence. Program staff is responsible for administering a needs assessment for each offender after which the offender is linked to DOC contracted nonresidential programs and other local providers to ensure that needs such as permanent housing, employment, identification, education, substance abuse treatment and family reunification are addressed. DOC holds contracts for 46 male temporary supportive housing beds around the state. 6

8 Nonresidential Program Glossary Behavioral Health: These programs provide day and evening nonresidential treatment services. Programs offer substance abuse, intensive substance abuse, mental health and anger management treatment in individual and group counseling sessions. Program staff are responsible for administering assessments to determine the level of treatment needed, as well as administering random drug testing throughout the offender s participation in treatment. CTDOC holds contracts for 15 behavioral health program locations throughout the state. Employment: These programs provide day and evening nonresidential employment and vocational training services. Employment programs focus on 3 areas of service: Job Development, Job Readiness and Job Retention. Program staff work collaboratively with area employers to develop job opportunities targeted for offenders returning to the community. Program staff also work with offenders to provide assessment of current job skills, resume development classes, mock interviewing, and linkage to various vocational training programs. Once an offender has obtained employment, program staff work with both the offender and the employer to ensure that employment is maintained permanently. CTDOC holds contracts for 8 employment program locations throughout the state. Social Reunification: These programs provide day and evening nonresidential reunification services. Each program offers an evidence based domestic violence treatment component for offenders with current charges or a history of domestic violence. Program staff also work with offenders to develop and strengthen family relationships through the provision of couples counseling, family counseling and mentoring services. These programs work with offenders as well as their partners and children. CTDOC holds contracts for 8 social reunification program locations throughout the state. Support Services: These programs provide day and evening nonresidential support services. Basic needs are addressed through a variety of case management and support services to assist with reentry into the community. These programs provide tangible services such as transportation assistance, food vouchers and clothing while also providing financial management courses, housing assistance, benefits assistance and identification procurement. CTDOC holds contracts for 3 support service program locations throughout the state. 7

9 Directory of Contracted Programs Map of CTDOC Parole Districts Bridgeport Parole District: Hartford Parole District: New Haven Parole District: Norwich Parole District: Waterbury Parole District: Orange Blue Pink Yellow Green 8

10 Directory of Contracted Programs Index of Bridgeport Parole District Programs Bridgeport Parole Office 1052 North Avenue Bridgeport, CT Main Phone: Main Fax: BRIDGEPORT PAROLE OFFICE 1052 North Avenue, Bridgeport, CT Main No: Main Fax: RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS # of Minimum Provider Program Name Type Beds Gender Age Address City Page # APT Foundation RSD (Collaborative) Substance Abuse 32 M Grant Street Bridgeport 14 APT Foundation RSD (CTDOC) Substance Abuse 20 M Grant Street Bridgeport 15 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 20 Both 18 Scattered Site Bridgeport 30 CT Renaissance Maple Street Work Release 61 M Maple Street Bridgeport 39 Family ReEntry Enterprise House Temporary Housing 8 M West Ave Bridgeport 42 Isaiah 61:1 Isaiah House Work Release 45 M Clinton Avenue 120 Clinton Avenue 341 Clinton Avenue Bridgeport 44 Isaiah 61:1 Mary Magdalene House Work Release 15 F Clinton Avenue Bridgeport 45 TOTAL 201 NON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Annual Minimum Provider Program Name Type Capacity Gender Age Address City Page # Career Resources ReEntry Works Employment 320 Both Fairfield Avenue Bridgeport 55 Council of Churches CoOp Center Support Services 350 Both Boston Avenue Bridgeport 65 Family ReEntry Bridgeport BH Behavioral Health 600 Both Washington Avenue Bridgeport 67 Family ReEntry Fresh Start Fresh Start 240 Both Washington Avenue Bridgeport 69 Families in Crisis SR Bridgeport Social Reunification 229 Both Boston Avenue Bridgeport 70 Liberation Programs Stamford Outpatient Behavioral Health 275 Both Main Street Stamford 75 9

11 Directory of Contracted Programs Index of Hartford Parole District Programs Hartford Parole Office 300 Sheldon Street Hartford, CT Main Phone: Main Fax: HARTFORD PAROLE OFFICE 300 Sheldon Street, Hartford, CT Main No: Main Fax: RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS # of Minimum Provider Program Name Type Beds Gender Age Address City Page # Chrysalis Center Community Transitional Scattered Site SH 10 Both 18 Scattered Site Hartford 16 Chrysalis Center Community Transitional Scattered Site SH 10 Both 18 Scattered Site East Hartford 16 Chrysalis Center Community Transitional Scattered Site SH 8 Both 18 Scattered Site Manchester 16 Community Partners in Action Men's Work Release Work Release 24 M Washington Street Hartford 17 Community Solutions, Inc. Berman Treatment Center Substance Abuse 20 M Blue Hills Avenue Bloomfield 18 Community Solutions, Inc. Cheyney House Work Release 41 M Wethersfield Avenue Hartford 20 Community Solutions, Inc. Drapelick Sullivan Center Work Release 55 M Blue Hills Avenue Bloomfield 21 Community Solutions, Inc. Hartford House Work Release 17 F Irving Street Hartford 22 Community Solutions, Inc. Johnson Silliman House Women & Children 26 F Retreat Avenue Hartford 23 Community Solutions, Inc. Stein House Work Release 16 M Sergeant Street Hartford 24 Community Solutions, Inc. Watkinson House Work Release 20 M Collins Street Hartford 25 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 10 Both 18 Scattered Site Hartford 31 Open Hearth Men's Work Release Work Release 40 M Charter Oak Avenue Hartford 48 TOTAL 297 NON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Annual Minimum Provider Program Name Type Capacity Gender Age Address City Page # Chrysalis Center Employment Support Employment 300 Both Homestead Avenue Hartford Network 56 Community Partners in Action Resettlement Support Services 250 Both Bartholomew Avenue Hartford 62 Community Renewal Team Behavioral Health Behavioral Health 1200 Both Market Street Hartford 300 Sheldon Street 63 Families in Crisis SR Hartford Social Reunification 254 Both Popieluszko Court Hartford 71 New Directions Behavioral Health Behavioral Health 80 Both Elm Street Enfield 76 10

12 Directory of Contracted Programs Index of New Haven Parole District Programs New Haven Parole Office 50 Fitch Street New Haven, CT Main Phone: Main Fax: NEW HAVEN PAROLE OFFICE 50 Fitch Street, New Haven, CT Main No: Main Fax: RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS # of Minimum Provider Program Name Type Beds Gender Age Address City Page # Connection Roger Sherman House Work Release 61 M Howe Street New Haven 35 Connection Sierra Work Release Work Release 30 M Howe Street New Haven 36 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 16 Both 18 Scattered Site New Haven 34 Project More Roger Everson House Temporary SH 10 M Columbus Avenue New Haven 51 Project More Walter Brooks House Work Release 67 M Howard Avenue New Haven 52 TOTAL 184 NON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Annual Minimum Provider Program Name Type Capacity Gender Age Address City Page # Columbus House Starting Over Employment/Support 300 Both Ella Grasso Boulevard New Haven 60 Family ReEntry Behavioral Health (NH) Behavioral Health 650 Both Fitch Street New Haven 68 Families in Crisis SR New Haven Social Reunification 229 Both Willow Street New Haven 72 11

13 Directory of Contracted Programs Index of Norwich Parole District Programs Norwich Parole Office 2 6 Cliff Street Norwich, CT Main Phone: Main Fax: NORWICH PAROLE OFFICE 2 6 Cliff Street, Norwich, CT Main No: Main Fax: RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS # of Minimum Provider Program Name Type Beds Gender Age Address City Page # Connection Connection House Substance Abuse 10 M Liberty Street Middletown 27 Connection Eddy Center Temporary Housing 28 M 18 1 LaBella Circle Middletown 28 Connection Cochegan House Work Release 16 M Norwich New London Trnp Uncasville 26 Connection January Center Sex Offender 12 M Norwich New London Trnp Uncasville 29 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 4 Both 18 Scattered Site Norwich 33 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 2 Both 18 Scattered Site New London 33 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 4 Both 18 Scattered Site Willimantic 33 FHM Services Fellowship House Work Release 11 M Long Hill Road Groton 43 Perception Next Step Cottage SA/WR 25 F Valley Street Willimantic 7 Cotta ge Place 50 Perception Brooklyn Bridge Substance Abuse 36 M Hartford Road Brooklyn 49 TOTAL 148 NON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Annual Minimum Provider Program Name Type Capacity Gender Age Address City Page # 196 Court Street Middletown 61 Connection The Counseling Center Behavioral Health 750 Both Bristol Street New London Franklin Street Norwich Main Street Old Saybrook 61 Easter Seals GoodWill Community ReEntry Services Employment 120 Both Main Street Middletown 66 Families in Crisis Perception Programs SR Norwich Outpatient Services Social Reunification One Stop Both Both Truman Street 13 Water Street New London Danielson Courthouse Square 54 North Street Norwich Willimantic

14 Directory of Contracted Programs Index of Waterbury Parole District Programs Waterbury Parole Office 95 Scovill Street Waterbury, CT Main Phone: Main Fax: WATERBURY PAROLE OFFICE 95 Scovill Street, Waterbury, CT Main No: Main Fax: RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS # of Minimum Provider Program Name Type Beds Gender Age Address City Page # Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 8 Both 18 Scattered Site Bristol 34 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 8 Both 18 Scattered Site Danbury 34 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 8 Both 18 Scattered Site Torrington 34 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 8 Both 18 Scattered Site New Britain 34 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 8 Both 18 Scattered Site Meriden 34 Connection REACH Scattered Site SH 10 Both 18 Scattered Site Waterbury 34 Community Solutions, Inc. Chase Center Work Release 39 M Cliff Street Waterbury 19 CT Renaissance Drug Treatment Substance Abuse 5 M Wolcott Street Waterbury 38 CT Renaissance Waterbury West Substance Abuse 10 M West Main Street Waterbury 41 CT Renaissance Central Avenue Work Release 40 M Central Ave Waterbury 37 CT Renaissance Waterbury East Work Release 32 M Wolcott Street Waterbury 40 McCall Foundation Warner House Substance Abuse 11 M High Street Torrington 46 New Opportunities Bishop House Work Release 48 M Bishop Street Waterbury 47 Wellmore, Inc. Morris House Substance Abuse 15 M North Elm Street Waterbury 53 Wellmore, Inc. Therapeutic Shelter Substance Abuse 8 F Griggs Street Waterbury 54 TOTAL 258 NON RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS Annual Min Provider Program Name Type Capacity Gender Age Address City Page # CNV Help Renato Network Employment 225 Both West Main Street Waterbury 57 CNV Help Travisano Network BH/E/SR 175 Both Shelter Rock Road Danbury 58 CNV Help Watkins Network BH/E/SR 160 Both Main Street Torrington 59 Community Renewal Team Behavioral Health Behavioral Health 550 Both 16 1 Grove Street New Britain 64 Connection Behavioral Health Behavioral Health 750 Both State Street Meriden 61 Families in Crisis SR Waterbury Social Reunification 229 Both North Elm Street Waterbury 74 Wellmore, Inc. Outpatient Services Behavioral Health 850 Both East Main Street Waterbury 78 13

15 RSD (Long Term) Substance Abuse 32 Beds 425 Grant Street Bridgeport, CT Main Phone: (203) Main Fax: (203) Program Director: Danial Iead Phone: (203) APT Foundation Lynn Madden Phone: (203) Bridgeport Parole District Services are available to male offenders, ages 18 and over, who have a substance abuse disorder and have been referred by the Connecticut Department of Correction. The following exclusionary criteria apply: Offenders convicted of an arson offense; offenders convicted of predatory and/or violent sexual offenses and /or assaults. The average length of stay is 180 days. RSD (long term) is a male residential substance abuse treatment facility providing 24/7 non medical services for the drug free management of offenders in a highly structured and supervised treatment program. The program is designed around the evidence based Therapeutic Community model that provides intermediate and/or long term residential substance abuse treatment services as necessary. 14

16 RSD (Short Term) Substance Abuse 20 Beds 425 Grant Street Bridgeport, CT Main Phone: (203) Main Fax: (203) Program Director: Daniel Iead Phone: (203) APT Foundation Lynn Madden Phone: (203) Bridgeport Parole District Services are available to male offenders, ages 18 and over, who have a substance abuse disorder and have been referred by the Connecticut Department of Correction. The following exclusionary criteria apply: Offenders convicted of an arson offense; offenders convicted of predatory and/or violent sexual offenses and /or assaults. The average length of stay is days. RSD (short term) is a male residential substance abuse treatment facility providing 24/7 non medical services for the drug free management of offenders in a highly structured and supervised treatment program. The program is designed around the evidence based Therapeutic Community model and provides a short term intensive treatment program for offenders prior to their transfer to a CTDOC Work Release program. 15

17 Community Transitional Services Scattered Site Supportive Housing 28 Beds Scattered Site Main Phone: (860) Main Fax: (860) Program Director: Ray Grasso Phone: (860) Chrysalis Center, Inc. Sharon L. Castelli Phone: (860) E mail: Hartford Parole District Services are available to male and female offenders, ages 18 and over, who have been referred by the Connecticut Department of Correction. There are no exclusions beyond eligibility criteria. Average length of stay is 120 days. Maximum length of stay is targeted at 150 days. Community Transitional Services is a 28 bed apartment style living program designed to provide the supervision and support services needed to build the foundation for offenders to live productive and successful lives upon release into the community, with apartments located in Hartford, East Hartford and West Hartford. Services include: intake and assessment; case management; housing assistance; employment/benefits assistance; and referrals to area providers. 16

18 Men s Work Release Work Release 24 Beds 121 Washington Street Hartford, CT Main Phone: (860) Main Fax: (860) Program Director: Robert Rametta Phone: (860) ct.org Community Partners in Action Maureen Price Boreland Phone: (860) E mail: ct.org Hartford Parole District Services are available to male offenders, ages 18 and over, who have been referred by the Connecticut Department of Correction. Offenders serving a sentence for, or having been convicted, of arson or sexual assault will be considered on a case by case basis. Average length of stay is 90 to 120 days. Maximum length is targeted at 120 days. The Work Release Program emphasizes employment and relapse prevention support. Offenders are prepared for the world of work with employment readiness, job search and job retention assistance. The program s journey offers the offender an opportunity to learn new skills through individual and group counseling. Other services include: identity card restoration, medical services assistance, random urinalysis, life skills training, and discharge/aftercare planning. Offenders may also participate in area educational and vocational opportunities. ct.org 17

19 Berman Treatment Center Substance Abuse 20 Beds 1095 Blue Hills Avenue Bloomfield, CT Main Phone: (860) Main Fax: (860) Program Director: Derek Harrison Phone: (860) Community Solutions, Inc. Robert D. Pidgeon Phone: (860) Hartford Parole District Services are available to males, ages 18 and over, who have been referred by the Connecticut Department of Correction. Offenders suffering from severe, acute psychological or psychiatric difficulties are not appropriate for admission. Sex offenders or offenders convicted of arson are not accepted. Average length of stay is days, after which the offender is transferred to a contracted residential work release program. Berman Treatment is a male substance abuse program that provides a comprehensive continuum of services to prepare offenders for transition back into the community. The program is strength based with a focus on self responsibility and provides an environment where offenders develop the skills to increase their ability to successfully cope with life s challenges. Individual and group counseling is provided as well as life skills services, cognitive behavioral groups, GED and housing services referrals. Successful graduates may move on to a work release program upon completion. online.org 18

20 Chase Center Work Release 39 Beds 21 Cliff Street Waterbury, CT Main Phone: (203) Main Fax: (203) Program Director: Mark Manning Phone: (203) Community Solutions, Inc. Robert D. Pidgeon Phone: (860) E mail: Waterbury Parole District Services are available to males ages 18 and over, who have been referred by the Connecticut Department of Correction. Candidates must be medically cleared within the last 12 months, and must be able to work full time. Candidates suffering from severe, acute psychological or psychiatric difficulties are not appropriate for admission. Candidates convicted of arson are generally not accepted, but will be considered on a case by case basis. Sex offenders and/or predatory sex offenders will not be accepted. Average length of stay is 120 days. The Chase Center is a male work release program that offers a continuum of services to prepare offenders for transition back into the community. Services include room and board, assessment, employment readiness, financial management, GED and housing referrals, cognitivebehavioral groups, problem solving, life skills and individual and group counseling. online.org 19

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