Who We Are:
The goal of the DRC is to reduce recidivism and increase public safety through effective community reintegration. The programs and services provided will assist in reintroducing parolees back into their respective communities, family systems, and other positive support structures. The programs and services offered at the DRC shall include, but are not limited to: education and literacy support; pre-employment and job readiness; substance use disorder counseling; and Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) interventions to include criminal thinking, anger management, family relationships, and transitional housing.
If a person is interested in participating in the Day Reporting Center, he/she must contact his/her parole agent and request a referral (2284) to the program. Once we receive the 2284, clients are encouraged to attend our orientation on every Wednesday of the month at 1 P.M. The prospective clients will be given information on the program and scheduled an intake with of our Intake Coordinator. At intake after client has performed two assessments, the client with the guidance of the caseworker will create his/her Case Management Plan which targets the clients highest three criminogenic needs. These individual needs will determine the clients need and length of treatment. Our treatment can be completed within 6 weeks, or up to the usual maximum length of treatment which is 180 days, with the exception of our court approved Domestic Violence course which is 52 weeks. Once the client successfully completes our program he/she is given referrals for aftercare and a certificate of completion. Everyone who successfully completes is invited to return to our yearly graduation to be recognized amongst their peers.
1101 Union Ave Suite #100
Bakersfield Ca 93307