News - 2012(BACK)
U.S. Probation Renews Residential Substance Abuse Contract
West Caldwell, NJ October 15 -
The U.S. Probation Office for the federal courts in the District of Wyoming has renewed a contract to provide residential substance abuse treatment services at the Casper Re-Entry Center (CRC) in Casper, Wyoming on September 28. The one year contract can serve up to 60 offenders over its term.
CRC offers a wide array of reentry treatment services to its resident including Individual counseling, group counseling, substance abuse treatment, mental health treatment, educational groups, peer led seminars, daily small group sessions, daily house meetings, weekly family therapy sessions/couples counseling sessions, weekly family visitation, Meth Matrix, Alumni program. Specialized Native American services are offered to the residents in the Residential Treatment program including White Bison 12-step program, Traditional Sweat Lodge ceremonies, Traditional Cedaring and Purification ceremonies with elders, Talking Circles, Concepts of Wellbriety Movement, 12-step Medicine Wheel, Price of Freedom, and All Nations Groups.
The Casper Re-Entry Center is accredited by the American Correctional Association (ACA) and scored a perfect 100% on all mandatory and non-mandatory standards during its last accreditation. CRC provides services to a diverse group of offenders referred from the Wyoming Department of Corrections, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Bureau of Indian Affairs, United States Probation Office, Natrona County Courts, City of Casper Municipal Court Town of Evansville Municipal Court, and Town of Mills Municipal Court.
Community Education Centers, Inc. (CEC) is a leading provider of offender reentry and
in-prison treatment services in America, operating in 18 states and the Commonwealth of Bermuda, with over 30,000 individuals in its daily care. CEC provides a full range of therapeutic residential and non-residential reentry services with a documented record of reducing recidivism.