Participants in the Greenbrier Day Report Center are referred by Circuit Court, Magistrate Court, Prosecuting Attorney, Defense Attorney, Department of Health and Human Resources and Family Court.
To be eligible for referral, a person must be an adult charged with a nonviolent felony or misdemeanor offense and have a substance abuse problem. All participants must submit to substance evaluations, random drug screens, PBT test if needed and participate in all forms of treatment classes inside and outside Greenbrier Day Report Center.
If an offender has a prior felony conviction in which he/she used force against another person with intent to cause serious bodily harm or death or if an offender is currently charged with a sexual offense or any offense involving a child victim or offense involving the illegal use of a firearm or other dangerous weapon, he/she is not eligible for Greenbrier Day Report Center. If death or serious bodily injury occurred to any person during an offender’s crime or if any offender used force against another person during an offender’s crime or if any offender used force against another person during the crime, he/she is not eligible for Greenbrier Day Report Center.