Who we are and what we do:
Integration Services breaks down barriers for justice-involved individuals through advocacy that creates system changes. Integration Services provides person-centered support to empower individuals returning home from correctional facilities and others diverted from incarceration. We offer transition planning, case management, and referral services based on each individual’s needs. We focus on building an inclusive community where each individual is treated with dignity and worth.
We provide and connect individuals to:
- Housing Opportunities
- Employment Assistance (including Ready, Set, Work!)
- Clothing Closet and Food Pantry
- Benefits Advisement
- Vocational Training
- Educational Opportunities
- Behavioral Health Referrals
- Cognitive Behavioral Interventions (Thinking For Change and Interactive Journaling)
- Peer Recovery Support Services and Mentoring
Integration Services Programs:
Rockland County Reentry Program is one of 20 reentry programs funded through the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. This program provides pre and post-release case management for individuals under parole supervision. Participants are involved in the creation of a reentry plan and are encouraged to take ownership in their communities and break the cycle of recidivism.
SAMHSA Reentry Program expands services to justice-involved, adult individuals who struggle with substance use, mental health, or co-occurring disorders. The program supports individuals throughout the stages of their recovery. The process begins pre-release to ensure a successful transition into the community from state and local correctional facilities.
Employment Focused Program assists justice-involved, adult individuals throughout the process of obtaining employment. This program equips participants with the skills to navigate the job market, discover their interests, and understand their rights as a person with prior convictions.
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Alternative to Incarceration (IDDATI) is a program that supports and advocates for justice-involved persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Individuals elect to participate in the program and are motivated towards pro-social behavior through adaptable case management. Services are tailored to the participant’s specific goals with the greater objective of integrating independently into their community. IDDATI works in conjunction with Integration Services to remove stigma and increase positive awareness in our communities.
PLEASE CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION: BRIDGES, Integration Services
Dana Krengel | Department Director | firstname.lastname@example.org | ext. 136
Jessica Rodriguez | SAMHSA Project Director | email@example.com | ext. 121