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Substance Abuse

What is the Substance Abuse Services Program?

A condition that requires people on supervision to participate in substance abuse treatment. Treatment may involve detoxification and consist of individual, family, or group counseling in an outpatient or residential setting. It also includes various methods of testing for the use of drugs.  Refer to the Substance Abuse Treatment webpage of our site for additional information, guidance, assistance, and resources.

Mental Health

What is the Mental Health Services Program

A condition that requires people on supervision to participate in mental health treatment. Treatment may include such services as psychological/psychiatric evaluations; individual, family, or group counseling; and medication.  See mental health resource page for additional informatioin and help

Substance Abuse

Substance abuse treatment is often ordered as a condition by the Court or U.S. Parole Commission so you are required to participate in substance abuse treatment and support in order to alleviate symptoms from alcohol and drug abuse that contribute to further illegal activity, unstable lifestyles, poor compliance with Court supervision, and further risk to the community.   Substance abuse treatment and drug testing (urinalysis) are provided by officers or community agencies, and where needed, contract service providers.

Mental Health

You may have mental health treatment services  as a condition in order to assist you in resolving mental health conditions that limit your life functioning, compliance with supervision, or stability in the community.


We all owe an immeasurable debt to all our active duty and retired members of the military and reserves.  We also understand that mistakes and poor choices can made by any one of us.  This site is set up to provide quick access to the many benefits and opportunities available to veterans through local, state, and national government, and public service organizations. 

Please refer to the links below for quick reference in the areas of benefits, services, and support/advocacy assistance in all areas.

Ongoing Support

We know that families often "do the time" with the offender.  This is reflected in the lack of attention, earning power, and support from the incarcerated individual.  This is also evident in all the missed events and "moments" in the lives of loved ones, most especially the children.  Listed below are helpful information, resources, and links to assist families while your loved one is incarcerated, and when they return home.

Family Help

We know that you and other family members are facing many challenges helping your loved one succeed as they return from incarceration.  We recognize they have been away for some time, and many things have changed.  We also realize you still love them, hope they are serious about changing their ways, and are ready to help them where you can.  Please refer to this page for general help with family issues, and to these sections on helping them prepare for release, on-going fam


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