Helping Ex-Offenders Return to the Community
CRT’s Transitional Case Management services helps ex-offenders to make the transition to sober, crime-free lives in the community after their release from prison.
Weekly case management and drug/alcohol counseling begins in prison, and then continues in the community. CRT helps participants meet basic needs such as acquiring housing, clothing, food, transportation and employment. Both individual and group counseling are available, along with drug testing for up to four months post-release. Staff speaks English and Spanish.
Interested male inmates must:
- Attend an information session in prison
- Get a referral from your DOC counselor
- Write a letter of interest and submit to their DOC Counselor
- Complete the Texas Christian University screening form
- Complete an initial interview form; and interview for the program
Please Note: Only referrals from the Connecticut Department of Correction (DOC) are accepted for this program.
Referrals are only accepted from the Connecticut DOC. Adult male inmates with a history of substance use re-entering Greater Hartford communities from prison are eligible.
For more information, please contact:
CRT’s Transitional Case Management
330 Market Street, Hartford
Office Hours: Mon – Fri 8 am – 4 pm
Counselors that would like to refer a client to this program should contact our Program Coordinator at: 860-714-2932.
“The program helped me to transition from incarceration to society. Now, I have a job, a 3 bedroom apartment and my son is living with me. I’m really grateful to CRT because they were thinking about how to help me before they even met me.”
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