Adult Programs and Services

Services may change monthly and may be provided on a rotating schedule.

Please call your local DRRSC for more information.

CHOICE Program: Behavioral health treatment in collaboration with the Department of Behavioral Health (DBH)

Nurturing Parents: Parenting skills and education

Five Keys Charter School: Educational and life skills

Workforce Development (WFD): Work Readiness, interview preparation, job seeking, and resumes.

Victim’s Awareness: Identifies the self-impact of behavior consequences, and impact of victims, victim’s families and the community as a whole to consider ways to make amends for the harm caused.

Courage to Change: Evidence-based program for cognitive behavioral change to overcome negative behavioral patterns and enable them to become more productive

Department of Behavioral Health: Assessment for counseling needs, mental health services and substance abuse services.

Transitional Assistance Department: One-on-one assistance to determine eligibility for Cal-Fresh, Medi-Cal or other programs.

Workforce Development Department: Individualized assessment of employment needs and experience. Maintains a network of felony-friendly employers to help probationers find jobs.

Public Health: A nurse is available every Wednesday to answer health related questions confidentially. The nurse can make referrals to appropriate clinics and can help in locating low-cost health care and prescriptions.

Free HIV Testing: Once monthly at each site.

Homeless Services: A probation officer coordinator works with the homeless to help them access food, emergency shelter or short-term housing and other resources.

Clothing Closet: A clothing closet is available for the homeless population in need of clothing. Additionally, business suits and appropriate work attire are available for clients to prepare for job interviews.