The goal of the grants is to provide reception center offenders with access to a variety of program opportunities following arrival at a CDCR reception center, with the intention of motivating them to achieve a more successful incarceration experience. The Request for Applications was released on Friday, December 15, 2017 for individuals and not-for-profit organizations who are interested in providing programs to offenders housed at the Department’s six adult Reception Centers.
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For more information, you may contact Grant Program Coordinator Jill Brown at email@example.com or (916) 327-6389.
We provide answers to common questions pertaining to CDCR's Department of Rehabilitative Programs.
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Division of Rehabilitative Programs (DRP) provides an informative list of resources in regards to rehabilitation. These are helpful outside references that are not governed by CDCR. [ Disclaimer ]Addiction Treatment
PublicHealth.org has published an online resource guide for Addiction Treatment.
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The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s Division of Rehabilitative Programs—in partnership with the Division of Adult Parole Operations—is working with its community based providers to assist in facilitating parolee enrollment into Affordable Health Care Act Insurance.
[ See Medi-Cal for more information ]
CALPIA is a self-supporting, customer-focused business that reduces recidivism, increases prison safety, and enhances public safety by providing offenders productive work and training opportunities.
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If you seek further assistance with DRP-related programs and services, feel free to contact us. We provide options to phone, email or mail our division.
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Rehabilitative programs are the best way for an offender to be prepared for success upon release. The link below explains this process with an easy-to-follow diagram
An offender who is serving, or has served, their time on good behavior has access to many rehabilitative services and programs if they are determined to be in need.In-Prison Services
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Technology has opened the door to more educational opportunities while simultaneously reducing government spending. Below is a list of technology initiatives at CDCR.