CPR offers extensive, evidence-based services that have been proven to be effective in reducing criminal risk factors and increasing positive change. Services begin in the correctional institution approximately six months before the offender is released, and continue out into the community for another year.
CPR is a coordinated effort that effectively and efficiently builds relationships and engages participants and their families in CPR services before the offender has ever exited the gates of a correctional institution.
CPR provides a wide array of individualized services and support including:
- criminality and substance abuse treatment
- mental health and family therapy
- family support services and pro-social skill development
- employment services
- client assistance and housing support