Psychological counselCommunity Intervention Centers (CIC) are non-residential, community-based centers that serve high-risk and high-need adult offenders who demonstrate patterns of non-compliance. Most participants in this structured Insight program are in danger of probation revocation and require a targeted intervention to avoid a return to prison.

CICs focus on cognitive behavioral therapy which help participants develop positive coping mechanisms and life skills, and they also offer more intensive, on-site services such as assistance with housing, transportation, family counseling and child care.

 

The singular mission of this program is to help offenders avoid re-incarceration.

CIC services include:

  • Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Cognitive Behavioral Intervention
  • Education Assistance
  • Employment Assistance
  • Pro-social Activities (i.e. volunteering)

Referral criteria:

  • High risk adult offenders (male/female)
  • Recurring technical violations that may lead to violation of supervision
  • May be on probation or post-release
  • Must meet substance abuse criteria as identified from TASC (Treatment Accountability for Safer Communities)
  • Unstable employment or unemployed
  • Needs education
  • No Driving While Impaired convictions or deferred prosecutions
  • Offenders in Drug Court may attend for violation of Drug Court conditions
  • Offenders designated Level 4 and 5 may be considered, if close to violation of probation