Adult Re-Entry Programs

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The Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE) Adult Re-Entry programs are designed to assist men and women re-entering the community from prison and jail. With both in-custody and out of custody sites, all programs are designed using industry best practices that address criminogenic needs and client risk level in a safe, welcoming and inclusive environment. Addressing the risks/needs through the best practices of evidence-based programming, our program design provides a heavy dosage of cognitive-behavioral programming, academic support, job readiness, vocational training, and treatment areas. Additionally, we provide supportive services that assist with the stability of one's current reality, such as transitional housing, benefit screening, child support workshops, bus passes, etc. All services are provided on-site in a "one-stop-shop" format. Our knowledgeable case management staff pride themselves on their commitment to improving outcomes for clients and their families.

Services are available to clients and their families during the often overwhelming transition from custody to community. Clients are referred to the program by their supervising agency (parole, probation, sheriff), and we work collaboratively with the client, their family, and their supervising officer to ensure long term success. It is the client's long term success that, over time, has the most impact on the stability of the person, the family, and ultimately the community. As a result, the impact on public safety is ultimately demonstrated by our recidivism outcomes.

Programs and Services Offered

A wide variety of cognitive behavioral and evidence-based life skills, treatment, education and employment programs are offered. SCOE's Adult Re-Entry Programs augment intensive individualized case management with group instruction.

  • Life Skills
  • Trauma
  • Substance Use Treatment
  • 52 Week Domestic Violence Intervention
  • DUI Program
  • HiSET/High School Equivalency
  • Anger Management
  • Parenting
  • Job and Career Readiness
  • Transitional Housing
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Criminogenic Needs and Risk Level Assessment
  • Individualized Case Planning
  • Community Referrals

Eligibility

Clients are referred by their supervising agent/officer. Parolees in Sacramento, Yolo, and Placer Counties are eligible. In Yolo and Placer Counties, probationers and county jail inmates are eligible as determined by their probation officer or jail staff. A referral from the client's supervising parole agent, probation officer, or jail staff must be received prior to enrollment. Intakes are done on a weekly basis and class enrollment begins immediately.

Program Sites

Sacramento Community Based Coalition (SCBC)
10170 Missile Way, Mather, 95655
MAIL: P.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003
Natalya Edwards, Project Specialist
(916) 228-3377

Yolo Day Reporting Center (DRC) — West Sacramento
3680 Industrial Blvd., Suite 100H, West Sacramento, CA 95691
MAIL: P.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003
Pete Smith, Project Specialist
(916) 228-3378

Yolo Day Reporting Center (DRC) — Woodland
2780 E. Gibson Road, Woodland, CA 95776
MAIL: P.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003
Pete Smith, Project Specialist
(530) 406-5125

Placer Re-Entry Program (PREP) — Auburn
1915 Grass Valley Highway, Suite 400, Auburn, CA 95603
MAIL: P.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003
Christi Fee, Coordinator
(916) 543-7453

Placer Re-Entry Program (PREP) — Roseville
11801 Go For Broke Road, Roseville, CA 95678
MAIL: P.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003
Christi Fee, Coordinator
(916) 543-7453

Placer Re-Entry Program (PREP) — Tahoe Vista
7252 North Lake Blvd., Tahoe Vista, CA 95148
MAIL: P.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, CA 95826-9003
Christi Fee, Coordinator
(916) 543-7453