Administering the Program
Programming at the Greenbrier Day Report Center is administered through services and sanctions. The services are carried out through Assessment, Treatment and Reintegration; sanctions are carried out by the performance of community service. All clients of the GDRC are involved in both the service and sanction aspects of the program (unless there are medical reasons that prohibit such participation).
Progression in the programming is dependent upon the client’s efforts to constructively engage in all GDRC activities. Upon completion of the GDRC program, the client will return to probation supervision, paroled supervision or to the sentencing court for further review.
The staff will administer a variety of assessments to you in order to establish a foundation on which to begin appropriate treatment. Following these assessments, an Individualized Program Components Contract (IPCC) is created that defines the components of GDRC programming in which the client is expected to participate. The IPCC is a contract between the client and the GDRC that lists programming requirements and documents the GDRC’s process of explaining the treatment and the treatment scheduled. Once the IPCC is signed, the treatment begins. When signing the contract, it is made clear that failure to fully participate with the programming requirements outlined in the contract and the client’s weekly schedule is a major violation of GDRC rules and regulations, as outlined on pages 2-6 of the GDRC Handbook.
If the client’s offense is related to alcohol or drug use or if their assessment indicates substance abuse or dependence, they will be required to participate in substance abuse treatment, including AA and NA meetings. They are required to participate in appropriate treatment and education groups in which they have been placed, including any off-site programming, and to perform any required community service hours. Furthermore, the client is required to constructively engage on a daily basis in GDRC classes. Disability and health conditions that will interfere with their ability to fully participate in programming, including community service, need to be documented and should be discussed with GDRC staff before signing the IPCC.
The client’s treatment will be positively impacted by their efforts to consistently pursue regular attendance and constructive client in groups and activities, abstaining from drug/alcohol use, receiving negative drug test results and, in general, displaying a cooperative attitude.
Reintegration involves your participation in GDRC off-site programming. If appropriate, referrals will be made to community-based agencies and you will work on moving out of GDRC-based groups and into community groups. Examples of such programming are off-site education classes and AA/NA meetings. If attending off-site programming, the client will be required to obtain a signature from the staff in charge of the session and bring the verification slip to the GDRC. They will continue to report to the GDRC as directed and complete required community service hours.
Please NoteIn all aspects of GDRC programming, the client is required to report on time and in person to the GDRC as directed, submit to random urine tests, perform required community service hours and constructively participate in all GDRC activities. When reporting, the client is required to notify the GDRC staff person at the front desk to announce their presence to the appropriate GDRC staff.
Please note that the client will remain on supervision throughout their participation in the GDRC Program. Any payments on court costs, fines, restitution, home incarceration fees and GDRC fees are to be paid as directed by the courts.