Custody to Community Transitional Reentry Program
The Custody to Community Transitional Reentry Program (CCTRP) allows eligible offenders with serious and violent crimes committed to State prison to serve their sentence in the community at a CCTRP as designated by the Department, in lieu of confinement in State prison and at the discretion of the Secretary. The CCTRP will provide a range of rehabilitative services that assist with alcohol and drug recovery, employment, education, housing, family reunification, and social support.
Under CCTRP, one day of participation counts as one day of incarceration in State prison, and participants in the program are also eligible to receive any sentence reductions that they would have received had they served their sentence in State prison. Participants may be returned to an institution to serve the remainder of their term at any time with or without cause.
Female participants who volunteer for CCTRP will be placed into the program with a minimum of 45 days and a maximum of 30 months to participate prior to their release date. All of the participants receiving services through the CCTRP will be required to reside at the CCTRP program. CDCR will have the final decision regarding program placements and retains the right to remove participants from the program at any time.
CDCR currently has CCTRPs at the following locations:
- San Diego – 112 bed facility
- Santa Fe Springs – 112 bed facility
- Bakersfield – 75 bed facility
- Stockton – 50 bed facility
- Sacramento – 50 bed facility
- Los Angeles – 60 bed facility
Inquiries regarding the CCTRP should be addressed to the Female Offender Programs and Services/Special Housing Mission, Women and Children Services Unit, at (916) 464-4001.