RESAP provides probation officers with a continuum of support programs and services, as well as an appropriate level of case management and follow-up, that ensure a positive transition and subsequent sustainability in the Community`s reintegration process. RESAP offers an intensive and comprehensive approach to the fight against substance abuse, substance abuse and the prevention of recidivism. This approach requires programming in four specific phases: stabilization and orientation; Prevention and education of intensive relapse; Clearance and reintegration and unloading planning. The main objective of the Stages to Enhancee Success (STEPS) program is to establish a network of comprehensive community housing programs to provide specialized readmission services to meet the needs of male and female probation officers. Pregnant women are included in the program and can keep their children with them after birth. All women participating in the program receive assistance for medical services, general assistance and SNAP. Mutual Agreement Program (MAP) institutions are private, not-for-profit programs licensed to treat substance abuse at home across the state. The STEPS program provides probation officers with a continuum of supportive housing programs and services, including, but not limited to: developing life skills; Anger and reduced aggression counselling and prevention of recidivism Preparation skills Work advice Academic assistance Money management housing assistance and transitional assistance. The success of the program depends on how the probation officer has achieved the objectives of the program, as outlined in his individualized service plan. The program was first implemented in 1984 as a cooperation between the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Health and the State Parole Board. This department manages contracts for the operation of community resource centres, the Abuse Abuse Program (RESAP) and Stages to EnhanceParolee Success (STEPS) of housing programs, the Mutual Agreement Program (in partnership with the Department of Human Services, Department of Mental Health and Addiction) and other specialized programs. These include contract management, grant management, defamation and offender mediation, program monitoring, quality assurance, development of existing policies and procedures, and maintenance of data sets and critical data. The goal of the program is to allow male and female probation officers to participate in the private treatment of substance disorders as a special condition of probation.
MAP can also be a special condition of probation for probation officers to reduce the risk of substance abuse behaviour. Women receiving medical care or detoxifiers will be included in the Community Programs Division program dedicated to the development, coordination and management of the provision of high-quality care and services to individuals under probation supervision. This includes community programs, community partnerships, scholarship initiatives and specific projects to support the return and effective supervision of offenders, promote prosocial behaviours and improve the quality of life in our communities. CRC programs are progressive sanctions used to tailor supervision to offender needs as an alternative to continued detention and to assist offenders in need of education, employment, life skills, substance abuse counselling and other related programs.