How it Works
When a client is ready for treatment, there are a variety of ways that they may come to RCCS. For example, if the client has a history of recidivism, then RCCS may be the best treatment option to consider.
Likewise, if a client is asking for a stronger faith-based treatment approach, then we may refer to other options. By working collaboratively with other treatment programs, we improve the likelihood of success for each client.
The common function of county corrections is to pave the way for safe and healthy communities. The transition process for inmates from county correctional facilities to sobriety and independent living for parolees is about embracing change and taking personal accountability. RCCS understands the journey and the process.
Dept. of Corrections (DOC)
The mission statement of the Department of Corrections (DOC) is to “reduce recidivism by promoting offender change through proven strategies during safe and secure incarceration and effective community supervision.” By working with RCCS, new parolees get the structure they need for greater recovery with less recidivism.
At RCCS, we collaborate and partner with many community-based providers. We support long-term recovery for people with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health issues. We specialize in treatment programs for men and women with criminal backgrounds and who struggle with addictions. We understand the clients we serve.