Programs to Help Ex-offenders become Productive Members of the Community
Orpe Human Rights Advocates will be promoting rehabilitation and therapeutic programs expected to empower formerly incarcerated and the community and provide evidence-based residential treatment programs for ex-offenders.
Group and individual counseling
Substance abuse counseling
Referrals to community resources
The programs will serve formerly incarcerated individuals, some of who are eligible for early release from prison due to judicial release, and/or have substance abuse issues in the Maryland. Case managers and residents create an individualized program plan to address their specific needs. Client progress is routinely assessed to ensure a positive outcome by the end of the program.
Programs will be audited annually by the Maryland Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (MDRC). Every two years, the programs is expected to be certified by the Department of mental Health and Addiction Services (OMHAS) and our programs and is expected to be certified by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). And, every three years, our programs will be audited by the America Correctional Association (ACA).
This program will be operating at the first instance in a-outpatient format.