News - 2015

ALUMNI VOLUNTEER FOR NEWARK COMMUNITY CLEANUP

West Caldwell, NJ July 1 -
CEC Alumni members in New Jersey participated in their first cleanup of the season, transforming a neighborhood in the west ward of Newark on a summer weekend in early June. The group was invited by Newark city management officials, to take part in a weekly volunteer cleanup of the city......

CEC AWARDED CONTRACT FROM PPS FOR ROTH HALL

West Caldwell, NJ July 1 -
CEC proudly welcomes a new residential treatment program that will accommodate residents from the Philadelphia Prison System (PPS) to Roth Hall, beginning July 1......

NEW PROGRAMS AWARDED IN CA

West Caldwell, NJ July 1 -
CEC is proud to welcome two new programs to the In-Prison Treatment Services division from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR), as well as the renewal of an existing program. New services will be provided at the Valley State Prison (VSP) in Chowchilla for 516-beds, and the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison (SATF-CSP), in Corcoran, for 532-beds......

PAWS UP! FOR NEW COMMUNITY SERVICE IN NEW MEXICO

West Caldwell, NJ June 24 -
Paws Up! for the new community service offered at the New Mexico Men’s Recovery Academy (NMMRA) in Los Lunas, with the launch of a new pilot program in conjunction with New Mexico Pets Alive! (NMPA), a non-profit organization whose mission it is to help people and pets in New Mexico......

New Jersey Leads the Nation in Prison Population Decrease per the Sentencing Project

West Caldwell, NJ June 17 -
New Jersey currently leads the nation in prison population decline according to a study done by The Sentencing Project, “U.S. Prison Population Trends: Broad Variation Among States in Recent Years,” published in April 2015, using data collected by the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ Prisoners Series......

SECON: Safety First

West Caldwell, NJ June 17 -
As an orange sun rises over a heliport hanger, the Sikorsky S-92 sits on the tarmac waiting for its passengers. The plump, 12-seat helicopter was built for long distance passenger transports and has a range of approximately 800 miles which makes it the perfect helicopter for the day’s mission......

ACRC Colorado Participates in Lupus Walk

West Caldwell, NJ June 11 -
Staff and residents of the Arapahoe County Residential Center (ACRC) in Littleton, Colorado, proudly participated in their first “Walk to End Lupus Now™,” that took place in Denver on June 1st......

CEC Celebrates National Correctional Officers and Employees Week

West Caldwell, NJ May 20 -
The first week in May is National Correctional Officers and Employees Week and CEC Corrections facilities across the country held several events to honor the men and women that provide quality detention management services......

Aspiring Community Leaders Tour the Columbiana County Jail

West Caldwell, NJ May 13 -
Warden Gary Grimm believes that community activities at the Columbiana County Jail in Lisbon, Ohio are an important part of maintaining a connection to the local area. As a result, the jail makes a consistent effort to support local law enforcement and participate in civic activities. On May 6th, the Columbiana County Jail hosted several individuals from “Leadership Columbiana County,” that are interested in developing their leadership abilities and becoming agents for positive change throughout the community......

Former Talbot Hall Residents Graduate From Rutgers University

West Caldwell, NJ May 11 -
Five former residents of Talbot Hall in Kearny, New Jersey have graduated from the Rutgers University Mountainview Program (RU-MVP) with four year degrees. The Mountainview Program provides NJ-STEP students an opportunity to pursue a four year degree in a campus setting post-release. RU-MVP assists these students through the university admission process and equips admitted students with the academic, social, and professional resources necessary for success......

National Nurses Week: A Talk with Terrence Cassidy, RN, BSN, CCHP, Chronic Care Coordinator at the George W. Hill Correctional Center

West Caldwell, NJ May 8 -
Tell us about your work history and how you came to work in the correctional nursing profession? When I was in college, I was a business major but I really didn’t know career path I wanted to follow. I graduated with a degree in Economics decided to pursue a career in law enforcement because I wanted to work in a social services related field. I worked as a full time police officer in southeastern Pennsylvania for 7 years. My career in law enforcement was unfortunately cut short when I suffered a serious pelvic fracture when I was struck by a motor vehicle while attempting to make an arrest......

National Nurses Week: A Talk With Mary Carnell, RN, HSA, CCNM at CMRC

West Caldwell, NJ May 6 -
Tell us about your work history and how you came to work in the correctional nursing profession? I graduated from nursing school and became a registered nurse in 1980. I then worked for 26 years in Level III trauma centers (emergency department) in the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area. I also was a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner for 15 years, while in Texas. I then started my own business, while working as a fulltime supervisor in the ED......

In Your Words: A Conversation with Victoria Porter, Unit Manager/ACC, Casper Re-Entry Center

West Caldwell, NJ April 30 -
How did you get your start working in corrections? I started my career in corrections by working in a victims services unit where I worked for nine years. I also worked with at-risk youth in the schools by teaching violence prevention. I enjoyed working in the courts and criminal justice system so I began taking classes in 2008 at Casper College and The University of Wyoming in criminal justice with a minor in addictions treatment......

Staff and Residents Volunteer to Celebrate Earth Day

West Caldwell, NJ April 28 -
Staff and residents at several reentry centers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey took part in Earth Day events and cleaned up neighborhoods, planted trees, and brightened local communities. Groups from residential reentry centers located in Scranton, Chester, and Reading, Pennsylvania, as well as Talbot Hall in Kearny, New Jersey, volunteered their efforts to give new faces to their communities for spring......

Treatment Talks: A Conversation With Dr. George De Leon

West Caldwell, NJ April 27 -
What were your first experiences like developing the early Therapeutic Community programs? It is important to remember that therapeutic community programs were launched by the first generation of participants themselves. However there were a few traditional professionals (social scientists and psychiatrists) like myself who were involved in the early days of the TC movement. For example, I was researcher in the first Phoenix House program in New York......

Alcohol Awareness Month: Longtime Supporter of Alcohol Recovery Programs Honored at Talbot Hall

West Caldwell, NJ April 22 -
To recognize Alcohol Awareness Month, a “Speak-A-Thon” was held for Talbot Hall residents that included visiting members from the 12-step program Alcoholics Anonymous. The twelve visitors shared their stories of recovery from alcohol addiction with residents of Talbot Hall that expressed an interest in learning more about alcohol abuse treatment......

In Your Words: A Conversation with Heather Urias, Administrative Lieutenant, Liberty Council Jail

West Caldwell, NJ April 22 -
How did you start your career working in corrections? Growing up, I was always interested in criminal justice. In 2001, I applied for a job as a correctional Officer at the Liberty County Jail. I was hired shortly thereafter and I received my TECOLE license. I worked there for four years before leaving to starting a family......

Talbot Hall Starts A Book Club

West Caldwell, NJ April 17 -
Reports on literacy rates among offenders in the United States can greatly vary. Some estimates say the rate is around 22% while others have found it to be as high as 75%. From these competing reports, one fact can be agreed upon—that the literacy rate among offenders is significantly higher than the adult population which is 4%......

In Your Words: A Conversation with Paul Redfield, Program Evaluator, SWICC

West Caldwell, NJ April 14 -
How did you start your career working in corrections? I began at Southwestern Illinois Correctional Center (SWICC) in February of 2007 as the “Program Evaluator.” I was fresh out of college and moved back to the St. Louis area looking for work. I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and was looking for an ‘Analyst’ or ‘Programmer’ position......

ADAPPT Volunteers to Keep Reading Clean

West Caldwell, NJ April 9 -
Residents and staff at ADAPPT, CEC’s residential reentry facility in Reading, Pennsylvania, are continuing the facility’s tradition of community service with another volunteer effort at a spring clean-up event for the city. Even though spring has just started, this city beautification project marks ADAPPT’s second clean-up event of the year......

ARCHES Program Address Needs of Mental Health and Substance abusing Offenders Through Collaboration

West Caldwell, NJ April 9 -
The Achieving Recovery, Changing Habits to Empower and Succeed (ARCHES) Program at the Arapahoe County Residential Center (ACRC) in Littleton, Colorado provides specialized treatment services for female offenders diagnosed with substance abuse and mental health disorders. The program’s goal is to increase public safety and reduce recidivism through a collaboration between mental health professionals and existing community corrections and community parole programs......

Alcohol Awareness Month: Living With Addiction

West Caldwell, NJ April 7 -
When you get married and say your wedding vows, “for better or worse,” “richer or poorer,” they are words that you plan on living by. In my case, it did not turn out that way. I was married to a very successful business man. We owned a distributorship in Southern California. We had a home near Seal Beach and owned a restaurant in Huntington Beach. For fifteen years, I called California my home and life was really good......

In Your Words: A Conversation with Joline Martinez, Administrative Coordinator, ACRC

West Caldwell, NJ April 2 -
How did you start working at Arapahoe County Residential Center (ACRC)? A friend who was working at the Arapahoe County Residential Center mentioned that it was an exciting place to work and informed me that the facility was hiring. This turned out to be a blessing for me. My first role was working with the residents and then after nine months I was promoted to the Administrative Coordinator......

Alcohol Awareness Month: A Strong Support System Saves An Alumni

West Caldwell, NJ April 1 -
When Chris Carr woke up in a New Jersey hospital in January 1999 he recognized immediately that he was seriously injured. Soon after, he realized that he was handcuffed to the bed. As his mind raced to piece together the events of the night before, one thing was certain— something bad had happened and he was in serious trouble......

CEC Experts Discuss Tips To Lead Group Lectures For Offender Reentry Populations

West Caldwell, NJ March 26 -
An important element of CEC’s continuum-of-care reentry treatment model is the offering of evidence-based programming that includes therapeutic lectures used to introduce our populations to a variety of treatment methods selected by our clinical department. We have found that these lectures are useful when followed up by individual and smaller group counseling......

Hoffman Hall Holds College Student Achievement Ceremony

West Caldwell, NJ March 26 -
A report from the Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP) found that in the 2009–10 academic year 6 percent of the total incarcerated population in the United States were enrolled in vocational or academic postsecondary education programs. IHEP’s report also found that thirteen high-enrollment states—those that enrolled more than 1,000 incarcerated students—accounted for 86 percent of all incarcerated postsecondary students in prison systems......

Women's History Month: A Conversation with Raye Carnes, Warden at the Liberty County Jail

West Caldwell, NJ March 23 -
How did you get involved in providing correctional services? I graduated college with a B.S. Degree in Criminology and Corrections in 1990. I had completed an internship in juvenile probation during college and begin working with juveniles in a transitional living program after college, prior to working in corrections......

Staff Recognized by Alumni Association

West Caldwell, NJ March 18 -
The CEC Alumni Association honored several staff members with Abdus Salaam Logan Certificates of Recognition at the monthly alumni meeting at Talbot Hall in Kearny, New Jersey last month. The certificate is given to alumni or staff that demonstrate support to alumni and their community services activities......

Women's History Month: A Conversation with Raequel Madara, Coordinator of Mental Health Services at the George W. Hill Correctional Facility

West Caldwell, NJ March 17 -
Tell us how you came to work at the George W. Hill Correctional Facility? I graduated from LaSalle University in 2003 with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Criminal Justice. I worked in child and adolescent mental health as an Intensive Case Manager and case management supervisor until receiving my Master’s in Social Work from Widener University in 2008......

Pennsylvania Reentry Center Helps Clear Snow In Reading

West Caldwell, NJ March 13 -
ADAPPT is a 180-bed residential reentry facility and day reporting center located in Reading, Pennsylvania that provides services to pre-release and parole community correction offenders referred from the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Board of Probation & Parole. In February, the facility and its residents provided over 400 volunteer hours to local non-profit agencies throughout the city......

Talbot Hall Celebrates Black History Month

West Caldwell, NJ March 12 -
Talbot Hall, a 500-bed assessment and reentry center in Kearny, New Jersey, celebrated Black History Month on February 20th with a day of performances that acknowledged several international pioneers who made important historical contributions......

Donated Musical Equipment Enhances Treatment Services at the New Mexico Men’s Recovery Academy

West Caldwell, NJ March 11 -
Program residents at the New Mexico Men’s Recovery Academy (NMMRA) in Los Lunas, New Mexico recently started a new music program with the help of The Freedom in Music Project. This New Mexico-based non-profit organization coordinated the donation of guitars, curriculum books/sheet music, music stands, gig bags, tuners, extra batteries, extra strings, cleaning cloths and a humidifier for the facility......

Women's History Month: A Conversation with Tahnee Casanova, Director of Operations for the State of Florida

West Caldwell, NJ March 10 -
What is your favorite part about working in corrections? Often times, family members and especially the children of offenders are the forgotten victims of crime. Many of whom will grow up and repeat the cycle of crime, unless it is broken......

432-bed In-Prison Treatment Program Commences Operations for the Florida DOC

West Caldwell, NJ March 6 -
Community Education Centers, Inc. has extensive experience providing in-prison treatment services for the Florida Department of Corrections (FL DOC). The company operates nine behind-the-walls treatment programs for the Department and recently began the ramp up of its newest program, a 432-bed therapeutic community (TC) at the Everglades Re-Entry Center in Miami, Florida......

Women's History Month: A Conversation with K. Megan Skelding, Therapeutic Community Director at the Indian Creek Correctional Center

West Caldwell, NJ March 4 -
What is your favorite part about working in reentry treatment? My favorite part is definitely the individuals that we provide services for as they make sense to me. These men and women have their own specific logic and exist in a subculture that has structure and rules......

Denver’s Homeless Get Support From ACRC Staff, Alumni and Residents

West Caldwell, NJ March 3 -
The Metro Denver Homeless Initiative conducts point-in-time surveys to count the homeless in the greater Denver area. Their latest count found that 5,812 individuals were homeless and over 2,000 were at-risk of homelessness......

Meet the Staff at CEC’s New California STOP Placement Office

West Caldwell, NJ February 27 -
The Specialized Treatment for Optimized Programming or “STOP” is a system of six program areas located throughout California to coordinate placement of state parolee and in-prison treatment program graduates into transitional reentry services after their incarceration......

Liberty Hall Residents Nail Down Volunteer Work

West Caldwell, NJ February 25 -
Residents at Liberty Hall put on hard hats and picked up hammers and nails to help build a home for a Greater Indy Habitat for Humanity family......

Seven Earn Educational Certificates Through Tully House Reentry Program

West Caldwell, NJ February 23 -
As Ron Morrison, Deputy Director of Tully House, stepped to the microphone to welcome the audience to last week’s graduation ceremony he looked out and saw many eyes filled with hope......

Colorado Reentry Center Holds Graduation

West Caldwell, NJ February 16 -
Being a father is a lifelong challenge. Being a father while you are incarcerated makes that challenge even more complicated......

Talbot Hall Staff Volunteer At A Homeless Shelter

West Caldwell, NJ February 13 -
As freezing temperatures and icy snow descended across much of the Northeast, staff at Talbot hall headed to a shelter in Newark, New Jersey to help feed the homeless......

CEC Announces James E. Hyman as Chief Executive Officer

West Caldwell, NJ January 28 -
Community Education Centers, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of offender reentry and in-prison treatment services, announced today that it has named James E. Hyman as Chief Executive Officer for the company......

Logan Hall Introduces Women’s Enrichment Program

West Caldwell, NJ January 26 -
Logan Hall, a residential reentry facility in Newark, New Jersey is helping female residents in an enrichment program designed to empower women through education and reentry treatment. A facility event was held in December called “Women Who Matter,” that was attended by staff and family that highlighted the enrichment program’s message of recognizing the crucial role women play in their families......

Talbot Hall Staff and Alumni Visit School to Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

West Caldwell, NJ January 26 -
The CEC Alumni Association teamed up with staff from Talbot Hall in Kearny, NJ, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day through a volunteer effort at a local high school. The CEC group visited Westside High School in Newark where they joined students to paint school pendants that will hang in the hallways of the school......

CEC Announces Two Senior Level Appointments

West Caldwell, NJ December 10 -
CEC has named Steve Tomlin as the new Senior Vice President for Reentry Operations. Mr. Tomlin previously served as the Vice President of the Eastern Region and in his new role he will oversee all national reentry treatment services and research efforts. The company also announced that Rodney Brockenbrough, formerly the Deputy Regional Manager of the Eastern Region, will assume Mr. Tomlin’s role as Vice President of the Eastern Region......

CEC Names Debra Shannon as Chief of Staff

West Caldwell, NJ November 17 -
Community Education Centers, Inc. has announced that Debra Shannon, General Counsel, has been named Chief of Staff. Debra served as General Counsel at CEC for over nine years and has provided counsel to the Chairman and senior management as well as overseen all litigation, risk management, contracts, acquisitions, real estate transactions and government compliance issues.....

Philadelphia Staff Volunteer at Philabundance

West Caldwell, NJ November 13 -
A group of over thirty employees from three Philadelphia facilities arrived ready to work at Philabundance, an organization that feeds the hungry throughout the Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Staff from Philadelphia-based reentry centers Coleman Hall, Hoffman Hall and Oxford spent the day sorting and packing food to be distributed to food cupboards, emergency kitchens and shelters.....

CEC Announces the Resignations of John J. Clancy, Dr. Robert Mackey, and Maria Carnevale

West Caldwell, NJ October 31 -
Community Education Centers, Inc. announced that John J. Clancy, Chairman and CEO, Dr. Robert Mackey, Senior Vice President for Reentry Operations, and Maria Carnevale, Assistant to the Chairman, have resigned from the company effective January 2, 2015.....

ACRC Walks In Its 12th Race for the Cure

West Caldwell, NJ October 29 -
Staff, residents, sponsors and alumni of the Arapahoe County Residential Center (ACRC) in Littleton, Colorado, gathered for the twelfth consecutive year to participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure®. The ACRC group successfully completed the entire 5K walk to raise awareness about Breast Cancer and funds for research.....

Alumni and Staff Participate in Philadelphia Recovery Walk

West Caldwell, NJ October 17 -
September is National Recovery Month and CEC celebrated by participating in the annual PRO-ACT Recovery Walks! (Pennsylvania Recovery Organization-Achieving Community Together) event in Philadelphia. Staff, residents, and alumni joined the walk, the largest in the country, with thousands of others on a beautiful fall day that began at Penn’s Landing.....

Back To School Supply Drives Held Across the County

West Caldwell, NJ September 29 -
September is a busy month for CEC’s Family Services program across the country as many “Back to School” activities take place in an effort to support a healthy start to the school year. Beginning in late August, Family Services Coordinators schedule school supply drives and events designed to educate parents and children.....

Let it Grow! Liberty Hall Donates Garden Vegetables To Local Food Pantry

West Caldwell, NJ September 10 -
Liberty Hall in Indianapolis, Indiana reaped a bountiful harvest from the facility’s on-site garden this year. The garden project was conceived and coordinated by Eric Dyer, an Eagle Scout and son of Liberty Hall Business Manager Tom Dyer......

Talbot Hosts “Creative Day” To Supplement Reentry Treatment Services

West Caldwell, NJ September 10 -
A celebration of creative energy and talent took place at Talbot Hall’s “Creative Day” which marked the end of summer at CEC’s residential assessment center in Kearny, New Jersey......

NCCHC Names Casper Re-Entry Center, Wyoming, Facility of the Year for Medical Services

West Caldwell, NJ September 9 -
The prestigious honor of the R. Scott Chavez Facility of the Year 2014 has been awarded to the Casper Re-Entry Center (CRC) in Casper, Wyoming by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC)......

ATEF HOLDS FIRST ALUMNI PICNIC; COMMISSIONER THOMAS GUEST SPEAKER

West Caldwell, NJ August 18 -
The Alabama Therapeutic Education Facility (ATEF) held the first annual Alumni Day picnic at Oliver Park in Calera, Alabama on August 9th......

CEC Alumni Association Holds Annual BBQ

West Caldwell, NJ August 4 -
The Community Education Centers' Alumni Association held its annual Alumni BBQ at Merrill Park in Iselin, New Jersey on Saturday July 19th. The day's events started at 10 a.m. and included activities for children, food, and entertainment......

CEC Names New State Director For Alabama And New Director At ATEF

West Caldwell, NJ July 10 -
CEC has named former Alabama Therapeutic Education Facility (ATEF) director, Charles "Ike" Hadley as the new Alabama State Director and Gary Hetzel as the new director at ATEF......

Tully House Introduces Creative Writing Group

West Caldwell, NJ June 26 -
Tully House, a residential reentry center in Newark, New Jersey has added a creative writing group to its already wide array of reentry treatment services......

Bo Robinson Hosts Seminar On The Administration of the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI)

West Caldwell, NJ June 12 -
Bo Robinson, CEC’s residential reentry center in Trenton, New Jersey, hosted a presentation entitled “The Use & Interpretation of the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) on May 21......

Alabama’s ATEF Residents Create Toys That “Rock”

West Caldwell, NJ May 29 -
Residents of the Alabama Therapeutic Education Facility (ATEF) recently completed a successful carpentry project that will benefit sick children and be a source of enjoyment for years to come.......

Five Residential Reentry Facilities Recommended For American Correctional Association Reaccreditation

West Caldwell, NJ May 19 -
Five CEC residential reentry facilities were recommended for American Correction Association (ACA) reaccreditation with perfect 100% scores on all mandatory and non-mandatory standards.......

“CEC Walking Warriors” Volunteer In Fight Against Cancer

West Caldwell, NJ May 8 -
The Kinney County Detention Center (KCDC) in Brackettville, Texas, was a proud supporter of the Relay for Life event that took place in late April to raise funds for the American Cancer Society (ACS).......

New Mexico Reentry Facility Residents Make Spiritual Journey

West Caldwell, NJ April 30 -
Residents supplemented their reentry treatment services with an outdoor walk designed to foster a sense of spirituality to the top of Tome Hill in New Mexico. The landmark is known in popular local lore for its spiritual benefits of restorative healing and prayer.......

Family Services Program at Delaney Hall Welcomes Spring

West Caldwell, NJ April 24 -
The Delaney Hall Family Services program welcomed spring by highlighting the importance establishing meaningful family activities. Over the course of several family nights, families were provided with educational opportunities to develop traditions around the change of seasons.......

CEC staff from the Secure Facilities Division

West Caldwell, NJ April 21 -
Senior staff from CEC's Secure Facilities Division including George Killinger, Vice President; James McCormick, Deputy Director; and Ray Thompson, Warden of the Fannin County Jail in Texas were amongst special guests that attended the dedication of the Derrell Hall Education Center in Bonham, Texas.......

Illinois Re-Awards CEC Two In-Prison Treatment Contracts

West Caldwell, NJ April 8 -
The company was recently re-awarded two contracts from the State of Illinois. CEC will continue to provide therapeutic community services at the 671-bed Southwestern Illinois Correctional Center (SWICC).......

New Mexico Women’s Recovery Academy Featured On Local News

West Caldwell, NJ April 2 -
The New Mexico Women’s Recovery Academy (NMWRA) Women & Children’s program was highlighted in a featured segment on KOB Channel 4, Albuquerque, as a resident’s son had his dream of becoming a police officer come true.......

Two Philadelphia Residential Reentry Centers Recommended for American Correctional Association Accreditation

West Caldwell, NJ March 29 -
Two Philadelphia-based residential reentry centers, Oxford and Luzerne 2, were recommended for American Correction Association (ACA) Adult Community Residential Services (ACRS) accreditation after two day audits.......

CEC Alumni Association Participate In Read Across America Day

West Caldwell, NJ March 20 -
The CEC Alumni Association took part in the Read Across America Day at the Mount Zion Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey.......

Casper Re-Entry Center Recommended for Two ACA Accreditation

West Caldwell, NJ March 6 -
The Casper Re-Entry Center (CRC), Wyoming’s largest reentry facility, was recommended for two ACA accreditations scoring 100% on all mandatory and non-mandatory standards.......

Talbot Hall Celebrates Black History Month

West Caldwell, NJ February 27 -
Talbot Hall, CEC’s 500-bed assessment and treatment center in Kearny, New Jersey is celebrating Black History Month in February.......

Community Education Centers, Inc. Announces The Departure Of Michael Pelletier

West Caldwell, NJ February 6 -
Community Education Centers, Inc. announced today that Michael Pelletier will step down from his position as Chief Operating Officer.......

CEC QUALITY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT MAINTAINS STELLAR OPERATIONS & ACCREDITATION RECORD

West Caldwell, NJ January 24 -
The Quality Management (QM) department at CEC maintains the company’s exceptional operating standards and its unprecedented record in American Correctional Association.......

Mental Health Treatment Practices at Bo Robinson in Trenton Cited as “Exemplary”

West Caldwell, NJ January 14 -
A recent evaluation conducted at Columbus House, the mental health treatment facility at The Albert M. “Bo” Robinson Assessment and Treatment Center in Trenton, New Jersey........

Independent Review Confirms Reduction in Recidivism At Philadelphia Reentry Center

West Caldwell, NJ January 9 -
A recent review entitled “Making A Difference in Offender Recidivism: Correctional Treatment Programming,” done in conjunction with the Philadelphia Prison System (PPS)........

 

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