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Re-Entry Programs & Education. Mission. To provide programs and services to inmates that will best prepare them for their return to society as law-abiding citizens. . Core Program Areas. Academics Vocational Programs 100-Hour Program Veteran Dorms Thinking for a Change

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    1. Re-Entry Programs & Education

    2. Mission To provide programs and services to inmates that will best prepare them for their return to society as law-abiding citizens.

    3. Core Program Areas • Academics • Vocational Programs • 100-Hour Program • Veteran Dorms • Thinking for a Change • USDOL Apprenticeship Program

    4. Crimonogenic Factors to Address

    5. Combating Criminogenic Factors • Assess risk/needs • Enhance intrinsic motivation • Target interventions (risk, needs, responsivity, dosage, treatment) • Skill train with directed practice (CBT) • Increase positive reinforcement • Engage ongoing support in natural communities • Measure relevant processes/practices • Provide measurement feedback

    6. Our Role in Re-Entry • Develop, implement and review the effectiveness of re-entry programs • Provide staff and inmates with re-entry information to reduce recidivism • Cultivate, establish, maintain, and monitor community partnerships

    7. Programs: Academic • Adult and Special Education Programs • Operates in 27 correctional facilities • Inmate Teaching Assistants (ITAs) • Operates in 41 correctional facilities • Local Education Agencies offerservices at three (3) institutions

    8. Programs: Vocational Education • 33 occupational trades offered include… • Automotive Collision Repair • CDL • HVAC • Masonry Brick & Block • Waste Water Treatment… • Specter Grant Program • Post-secondary vocational training • Inmates 35 years of age and under who have a high school diploma or GED • Programs operated at 7 correctional facilities

    9. Programs: 100-Hour Program • Focuses on… • Life management skills, including the change process • Job Readiness • Criminal Thinking

    10. Programs: Identification Pilot • Identification enables ex-offenders to.. • Obtain legitimate employment • Secure housing • Cash paychecks • Open bank accounts • IDs are obtained through the Florida DHSMV • Steps necessary to reinstate revoked licenses can be found at https://www6.flhsmv.gov/DLCheck/dl/pages/dlCheck.jsp

    11. Programs: Veteran Dorms • More than 6,700 inmates are self-reported prior Military Service personnel • Six (6) dorm sites currently provide transition services for inmates with verified prior military service • Sites are currently establishingcommunity partners and stakeholders

    12. Programs: Thinking for a Change • Focuses on: • Cognitive Self Change • Social Skills • Problem Solving • Studies show Ex-offenders who completed this program are 33% less likely to commit new crimes than those who didn’t. (Golden, 2002)

    13. Programs: USDOL Apprenticeship Program • Provide the opportunity to earn an industry certificate from the Department of Education(DOE) and U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) • Program areas (Developmental Stage) • Auto-body Repair • Cosmetologist • Welder • Landscape Management Technician • Housekeeping

    14. Re-Entry Facilities • Northern Region: • Baker Re-Entry Center • Southern Region: • Demilly Re-Entry Center • Polk Re-Entry Center • Sago Palm Re-Entry Center

    15. Portals: A Single Point of Entry Re-entry FACILITY Re-entry portal Offender Reunited with Family On-site criminal registration POST-RELEASE supervision? NO YES Offered reentry services available at portal Connected with probation staff Offered reentry services available at portal

    16. Portals: Services may include… • On-Site Felony Registration • Community Corrections (CC) Contact • Law enforcement & CC Notification • Case Management • Transition Planning • Clothing Closet • Legal Aid • Job Placement/Employment Information • Health Care • Substance Abuse/Mental Health Aftercare • Housing • Mentoring • Vocation & Academic Counseling • Debt Management • Civil Rights Restoration Guidance • Life Skills Training • Medical / Disability Assistance Food / Meal Vouchers • Family Reunification…

    17. Portal Locations Hillsborough County Portal1800 Orient RoadTampa, Florida 33619Phone: (813) 247-8468 Jacksonville Reentry Center (JREC)1024 Superior StreetJacksonville, FL 32254Phone: (904) 301-2400 Palm Beach County Portal673 Fairgrounds RoadWest Palm Beach, FL 33411 Pinellas Safe Harbor14840 49th Street NorthClearwater, FL 33760Phone: (727) 464-8058

    18. “We Never Walk Alone”Florida Department of Corrections Tahnee Casanova, Chief Re-Entry Programs & Education Casanova.Tahnee@mail.dc.state.fl.us Nichole Landrum, Administrator Re-Entry ProgramLandrum.Nichole@mail.dc.state.fl.us Allen Overstreet, Administrator EducationOverstreet.Allen@mail.dc.state.fl.us William Carr, Assistant SecretaryRe-Entry Carr.William@mail.dc.state.fl.us Latoya Lane, Director Re-Entry Lane.Latoya@mail.dc.state.fl.us James Cox, Assistant Director Re-Entry Cox.James@mail.dc.state.fl.us