Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI) 2007-2008
Supported by a suballocation of funding for Alternatives to Incarceration, these projects for needy families work with eligible individuals involved in the criminal justice system who are the custodial or non-custodial parents or “adult relative primary caretaker” of a minor child or for individuals who are mothers to be. Community-based organizations and county probation departments around the state operate the projects. Services may include but are not limited to the following: identifying participant strengths and assessing participant risks and needs; job placement, job preparation, pre-employment training, and job retention services; advocacy for program participants and case management for family reunification; cognitive/behavioral programming for participants; screening, referral, and monitoring participant progress in community-based services; providing vocational and educational skills; providing parenting skills training, including gender-specific training; conducting family case management and/or counseling; preparing client-specific plans; and aftercare services for participants completing the program.
|Program||Funding||State Fiscal Year||Cycle|
|Alternatives to Incarceration (ATI)||$4,000,000||SFY 2007-08||10/1/07-12/31/08|
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