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

Approved Child Abuse Prevention Programs

Approved Batterers’ Intervention Programs

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.