The Imperial County Day Reporting Center (DRC)

The Imperial County Day Reporting Center (DRC) opened in March, 2014 to help manage low-level inmates and probationers supervised under California’s prisoner realignment legislation.

As part of this AB 109 legislation, the state provides funding to counties for the implementation of evidence-based programs. The DRC uses Motivational Interviewing techniques and a curricula-driven, evidence-based model designed to assess the needs of each client to reduce individual risk factors. The services are geared to help offenders succeed and reintegrate into the community. Treatment and training are designed to change thinking that can lead to criminal behaviors.

The DRC is staffed by members from the Sheriff’s Office, Probation, Behavioral Health; a GEO reentry Services.

Some of the courses offered: Rehabilitation services:
*Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
*Anger Management
*Moral Recognition Therapy
*Employment Readiness
*Parenting Skills
*ESL (Imp. Co. Library)
*AA / NA
*Behavioral Interventions (GEO)
*Imperial Valley College (Inside/Out)
*Imperial County Behavioral Health
*Department of Social Services


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