What is C.A.R.E
The Grafton County C.A.R.E Program is designed to assist individuals who are under probation or parole supervision connect to services and stay active in a therapeutic environment. C.A.R.E stands for Community, Assessment, Re-Entry and Education, the focus of the program is to assist individuals in giving back to their community while creating a successful foundation and becoming a productive member of society.
3-12 month program
What is offered?
Services offered within this program are;
- Substance Abuse Evaluations
- Referral for Mental Health Evaluations
- Intensive Case Management
- Individual Counseling
- Coordination of care
- Psychoeducational / Therapeutic Groups
- Random Urine Drug Screens
More services may be offered as the need arises.
Referral to the program comes from Grafton County Probation & Parole officers who will submit a referral form with types of supports needed. Once Alternative Sentencing obtains the referral the supervisee will be contacted to begin services, generally beginning with a substance abuse evaluation.
Participants will also be expected to abide by their individualized terms and conditions of probation. In order to successfully complete;
- Provide negative substance abuse testing
- Complete all required treatment recommendations
- Sign releases with new agencies to ensure continuity of care