The CIC is a highly structured program for criminal offenders demonstrating patterns of non-compliance and in need of wrap around services to improve their lives. CIC services at PORT currently include: employment development opportunities, GED program, disease management program (which includes education, information and testing), community service opportunities and pro-social activities.
- High risk criminal offenders.
- Must be 18 or older.
- Patterns of non-compliance and reoccurring technical violations that may lead to violation of supervision (incarceration).
- Must be on probation or post release/parole
- Meets a substance use disorder criteria as indicated by DSM V
- Unstable employment or unemployed
- Needs academic assistance with GED up to enrolling in college
How often does the offender attend?
- The offender must attend group treatment sessions on Monday and Thursdays. Morning groups are offered from 9am-12pm; afternoon groups are offered from 5pm-8pm.
- GED classes are also offered on site on Monday and Thursdays from 1pm-5pm.
- Offenders must participate in delegated community activities on days that classes are not offered on site.
- Referrals for CIC must be made through TASC and/or probation/parole officers.
*Offenders may be excused from certain activities and/or groups if they can show documentation of employment and/or school*
To help individuals and families navigate through life’s challenges by providing effective and efficient substance abuse, mental health and intellectual/developmentally disabled services and supports.