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PAROLE PROGRAMS  

Greenhope’s parole programs are designed to assist women in their re-acclimation to society; giving them the tools necessary to live independently without substance abuse, relapse or re-incarceration. They are mandated by the New York State Division of Parole into three to six months of comprehensive treatment. The following are parole programs:


Community Based Residential Program (CBRP)

The Community Based Residential Program is designed for parolee women needing substance abuse residential services. The population is primarily composed of women just released from New York State prison. It is an intensive six-month program. Clients are expected to attend and participate in substance abuse education and counseling, vocational and educational groups, parenting skills development workshops, empowerment groups, and recreational activities.

Other services provided include: domestic violence intervention & workshops, HIV/AIDS & nutritional counseling, medical & legal assistance, and housing and financial assistance. Upon successful completion of the residential component, parolees are encouraged to attend six months of aftercare services. Clients attend at least three times a week. They receive individual and group counseling services. Groups include relapse prevention and employment retention.

Residential Stabilization Program (RSP)

The Residential Stabilization Program is a three-month program for women parolees who are usually already in the community and are currently in crisis situations such as domestic violence, loss or lack of housing, etc. Services may extend to four months only with the approval of the Division of Parole. Clients are assessed for services and are referred accordingly. Clients are expected to attend and participate in substance abuse education and counseling, vocational and educational groups, parenting skills development workshops, empowerment groups, and recreational activities.

Other services provided include: domestic violence intervention & workshops, HIV/AIDS & nutritional counseling, medical & legal assistance, and housing and financial assistance. In this modality, if the client is employed at enrollment, she is able to retain employment, while obtaining services from Greenhope. Individual treatment plans are designed to meet the need of each client. Upon successful completion, parolees are encouraged to attend six months of aftercare services. Clients attend at least three times a week. They receive individual and group counseling services. Groups include relapse prevention and employment retention.

Relapse Prevention (RP)

The Relapse Prevention program is designed for parolee women, usually already in the community, who have violated their parole or have had two or more relapses. It is an intensive six-month program. Clients are expected to attend and participate in substance abuse education and counseling, vocational and educational groups, parenting skills development workshops, empowerment groups, and recreational activities.

Other services provided include: domestic violence intervention & workshops, HIV/AIDS & nutritional counseling, medical & legal assistance, and housing and financial assistance. Upon successful completion, parolees are encouraged to attend six months of aftercare services. Clients attend at least three times a week. They receive individual and group counseling services. Groups include relapse prevention and employment retention.


Day Treatment

The Day Treatment program is designed for parolee women who have a stable residence and require substance abuse services. Clients participate in day services Monday through Friday, 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. They are expected to attend and participate in relapse prevention workshops, chemical dependency education, substance abuse counseling, vocational and educational groups, parenting skills development workshops, empowerment seminars and recreational activities.

Other services provided include: domestic violence intervention & workshops, HIV/AIDS & nutritional counseling, medical & legal assistance, and housing and financial assistance. Upon successful completion of the day treatment component, parolees are encouraged to attend six months of aftercare services. Clients attend at least three times a week. They receive individual and group counseling services. Groups include relapse prevention and employment retention.


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