Parolee Information Handbook - Pg. 28
Cont: Residential Multi-Service Centers (RMSC) Note: This link points to files that no longer exist on the internet servers. Please contact your parole agent for information on the RMSC program.
management, one-on-one, group, and family counseling, and other help you may need to start living on your own.
Substance Abuse Treatment and Recovery Program (STAR) Note: This link points to files that no longer exist on the internet servers. Please contact your parole agent for information on the STAR program.
The STAR Program is an education-based program that will help teach you how to deal with drug and alcohol problems. The STAR Program runs for four weeks, and talks about drug and alcohol use, anger management, relationships, relapse prevention, and community transition.
OFFICE OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAMS
Substance Abuse Service Coordination Agencies (SASCA)
SASCA gives inmates drug and alcohol treatment once they are released to parole. SASCA helps both men and women parolees who finish a prison Substance Abuse Program. The kinds of substance abuse services that you can get from SASCA are:
- Substance Abuse Assessment
- Detoxification Services
- One-on-one, group or family counseling
- Residential and Outpatient Treatment
- Alcohol and Drug-Free Housing
Division of Adult Parole Operations Links
- 2011 Public Safety Realignment - DAPO Informational Overview
- 5 Year Road Map
- California Parole Apprehension Teams (CPAT)
- Lifer Parole Process
- Parole Requirements
- Parole Services
- Parolee Conditions
- Parole Museum
- Parolee On-Line Handbook
- Parolee Restitution Payment Instructions
- Restitution Responsibilities, Information for Adult Offenders
- Sex Offender Facts & Figures
- Sex Offender Management Board
- State Authorized Risk Assessment Tool for Sex Offenders (SARATSO) Committee