Community Corrections Programs
We deliver programs and services for justice system-impacted individuals in partnership with community corrections agencies in Marion County and Jackson County.
As part of the transition from Jail to Community (TJC) Program at the Marion County Transition Center, we offer evidence-based cognitive-behavioral programs focused on building cognitive and trauma coping skills. We provide both individual and group services to help participants prepare for release and success in the community. Program goals include reducing criminal activity, increasing positive behavior and employability, enhancing prosocial motivation, support and self-esteem, and motivating clients to embrace a crime free lifestyle. The Pathfinder Network is a service provider for the Marion County Reentry Initiative, a program of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office Community Corrections Division.
In collaboration with Jackson County Community Justice, The Resilience & Recovery Project is a peer support program for justice involved individuals. The R&R project provides an opportunity to build individual, social and community resources for long term resilience, recovery, and successful completion of supervision and reintegration into the community. Participants in the R&R project are offered ongoing and drop-in support and service navigation, peer support groups, classes and workshops, resilience and recovery action planning and more.
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