Transition celebrations mark opportunity for new beginning

Throughout May and June, several transition celebrations marking the completion of intensive day reporting programs are planned throughout California.

Transition celebrations are an opportunity for participants to celebrate and be recognized for their accomplishments.  By the time participants graduate, they have completed a multi-phase day reporting program that targets changing criminal behavior and developing critical life skills for a successful reentry into society.

The celebrations are an important milestone for participants and mark an opportunity for a fresh, crime-free beginning.

GEO Reentry-run reentry programs are about getting results and changing lives. Our day reporting programs combine behavioral therapy with substance abuse treatment and life skills classes, including GED or college prep and job skills courses, so that participants are more successfully prepared to rejoin society.  The goal of our programs is to reduce recidivism rates while keeping the public safe.

Here is a list of our recent and upcoming transition celebrations, which are co-hosted by each county’s probation department:

Monterey County Day Reporting Center

May 21

Kern County Day Reporting Center

May 23

Fresno County Day Reporting Center

May 29

Calaveras County Day Reporting Center

June 5

Mendocino County Day Reporting Center

June 10

Shasta County Day Reporting Center

June 19