The Washington County Community Corrections Center (WCCCC) offers 215 beds for male and female justice involved individuals. The WCCCC provides a structured residential environment to assist residents with the transition back into the community, offering transition support through services, structure, and accountability. The supportive services include: employment, housing, education, counseling, and a variety of life-skills programs. Program services are provided to address the needs that put people at risk to re-offend. These programs include substance abuse treatment, mental health evaluation and treatment, employment counseling and job referrals, cognitive skills training, faith-based support, and life-skills programs such as computer skills and parenting.
The Community Corrections Center (CCC) is in compliance with Court and Parole Board conditions. Residential Counselors work with residents to develop an individualized plan for services that will promote a constructive stay at the Center and facilitate a successful transition back into the community. Community Corrections Specialists have primary responsibility for ensuring the safety and security of the facility. Through direct supervision they monitor and ensure the Center policies are upheld. A drug screen protocol is developed for each resident that is based on the offender’s history and recent behavior. Security is further enhanced by the design of the facility, which offers alarmed windows and doors and allows for easy visual and auditory surveillance.