reducing recidivism

February 19, 2019

Louisville DRC celebrates 70% employment, increased program completions

The number of program graduates at the Louisville Day Reporting Center in Louisville, Ky. Increased from 41 in 2017 to 48 in 2018. In addition to a rise in satisfactory completions, staff at the center take pride in having a participant employment rate of 71-72 percent, which staff attribute to […]
February 7, 2019

New DRC’s Provide Rehabilitation, Alternative to Reincarceration in La.

GEO Reentry Services opened two Day Reporting Centers in Monroe and Thibodaux, Louisiana on Dec. 3 as part of The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections’ ongoing efforts to lessen prison and jail crowding while breaking the cycle of recidivism The centers each accommodate up to 50 participants for […]
December 7, 2018

Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections selects GEO Reentry to open two new day reporting centers

Centers deliver reentry services BOCA Raton, Fla. – The Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections has selected GEO Reentry Services, a national leader in community-based correctional treatment programs, to open two new day reporting centers on Dec. 3 in Monroe and Thibodaux, Louisiana. These centers join three other GEO […]
December 5, 2017

Reentry program for long-term offenders featured at national conference

Officials from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and staff from GEO Care presented a workshop at the International Community Corrections Association’s annual conference in Seattle in November. The workshop, “From Lifer to Community Member: Making it Work,” focused on parolee reentry and specifically on how to successfully reintegrate […]
November 7, 2017

Assessing risk and needs: What is the LSI-R?

In a majority of our reentry programs, GEO Reentry Services uses the LSI-R to assess participants’ criminogenic needs and recidivism risks. Treatment and intervention are then based on offenders’ LSI-R results. The LSI-R is a risk/needs assessment tool completed by trained professionals who conduct interviews with the individuals referred to […]
October 26, 2017

New Jersey residential reentry centers volunteer for Arm in Arm

Residents of Columbus House and Albert M. Bo Robinson Assessment & Treatment Center volunteered with Arm in Arm of Trenton, New Jersey, in August for a day of outdoor gardening. The residents put down soil and planted seeds for the community-based organization that operates a garden for local food pantries. […]
August 10, 2016

Ventura County Adult Reporting and Resource Center opens in California

GEO Reentry Services partnered with the Ventura County Probation Agency to open the brand new Ventura County Adult Reporting and Resource Center in Ventura, California, on Aug. 1. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was an opportunity for community stakeholders to familiarize themselves with the new facility and meet the staffers who will […]
September 4, 2015

“Dress for Success” at Santa Ana DRC quite a success

The Santa Ana DRC recently hosted its first “Dress for Success” motivational speaker luncheon on Aug. 12. The event was put together by DRC staff to help participants dress professionally as they seek employment. Eight participants were taken to Ross Dress for Less, where DRC staff assisted them in selecting […]
September 1, 2015

Santa Ana DRC supports southern region parole offices in Torch Run

On June 4, Santa Ana DRC staff gathered up their running shoes and went for a two-mile jog with a group of active and retired parole agents from the southern region as part of the Orange County Torch Run, a fundraising event for Special Olympics of Orange County. The group included […]
July 22, 2015

Lycoming County Reentry Service Center is beneficial to county

A recent Williamsport Sun-Gazette editorial offers praise to the Lycoming County Reentry Service Center, run by GEO Reentry Services, stating that the center, which opened in fall 2014, is showing hopeful signs in its first year. The center was opened to combat chronic recidivism while helping to alleviate overcrowding in […]