Community behavioral change treatment programs that match participant risk and needs.
Programs that reduce jail crowding and maintain accountability through treatment interventions.
Beginning the process of behavior change prior to release is a cost-effective bridge to the community.
GEO Reentry programs and services reduce recidivism by focusing on higher-risk individuals, targeting factors that contribute to criminal behavior, and using cognitive behavioral treatment. Our research team has compiled many pre- and post-treatment reports to assess changes in criminal risk.
We partner with community corrections agencies to develop recidivism reduction programs that help strengthen communities. In addition to hiring locally and training staff in What Works in criminal justice, our centers develop extensive networks of nonprofit and community-based service providers to link participants to other critical services that increase stabilization and engagement.