Making positive life changes

Day Reporting Center (DRC - Male and Female) services focus on the criminogenic needs of the participant, while approaching care in a strength-based manner. All services adhere to best-practices model with an inclusion of evidence-based programming.  

The Day Reporting Center (DRC) serve to provide structure and skills to individuals struggling with a variety of social and criminal justice issues. Substance abuse co-occurring issues are addressed through individualized treatment by licensed and certified professionals. Participants will receive services that will empower them to:

  • Abstain from alcohol and other drugs

  • Gain structure and stability

  • Change the way they think and behave

  • Gain new skills for living a responsible lifestyle

  • Gain vocational and educational opportunities

  • Restore relationships and strengthen families

Program Components

  • Assessment (substance use, mental health, and risk)

  • Individualized Treatment & Discharge planning

  • Intensive Case Management

  • Drug Screening/ Testing

  • Community Supervision

  • Psychological Assessment

  • Treatment based on the Risk Needs Responsivity Model.


  • Must have a felony offense

  • 18+ years old

  • No PC 290 charges (sexual offenses)

  • No arson charges

  • No chronic health conditions that prohibit programming (must be medically able to program and ambulatory)

  • Must be on Probation or Sentenced

  • Amenable to treatment (determined by Reentry Staff)

  • Must be categorized by Kings County Probation Department as Moderate to High Risk per the SRNA assessment