Residential Work Placement Program (RWP)

 

The Residential Work Placement Program is designed as an alternative to a long-term jail or prison sentence. The program will instill a positive work ethic and provide a lengthy period of intensive outpatient substance abuse counseling.

 

Eligibility Criteria:

 

COMPAS assessment levels will only reflect as "Low", "Medium", and "High".  Prospective residents must be assessed at a "Medium" or "High" level to be eligible for programming.  The only exception to this rule is when a prospective resident is assessed at a "Low" level, and their respective Parole/Probation Agent requests a waiver for residential placement for that particular individual.

 

  • Male/Female

  • Minimum age of 17

  • Unemployed

  • Felony offender

  • Parole/Probation Violator

  • Not in need of detoxification

  • Operating Under the Influence of Liquor (OUIL), third offense

  • Habitual Offender (Habitual Offender Act - HOA) second offense, or greater