Supportive Services Following Incarceration
The DOC Scattered Site Program is a collaboration between CRT and the State of Connecticut Department of Correction that assists ex-offenders in making a smooth transition to sober, crime-free lives in the community.
The program offers a comprehensive approach to increasing community safety and reducing recidivism rates. Up to 24 single men and women being released from a Connecticut Department of Correction facility live in supervised apartments or the community in the Hartford area. For four to six months, they receive a wide array of services and are referred to community resources.
By providing case management, vocational/employment services, and life skills education, the program helps these individuals become successful and productive members of the community after incarceration.
Referrals are made through the Office of Adult Parole. The contact person must be the assigned Parole Officer, who will be the liaison between CRT and the DOC administration. Referrals should come by fax or email to the Supportive Housing Office located at 8 Stonington Street, Hartford, CT.
Prospective residents should contact a Discharge Planner, Correctional Counselor or Parole Officer for a referral to this program.
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