Community, Probation, and Psychological Services (CPPS)
Our Reintegration Service is for adults, with or without a disability, who have criminally offended and need assistance to reintegrate into society.
The reintegration, maintenance and rehabilitation service aims to reintegrate individuals back into the community, lessening the support over time as individuals become stronger and more capable of making positive changes in their own lives.
What We Offer
We offer a range of services tailored to individual needs and as per court appointed orders:
- IM – intense monitoring up to 24/7
- ESO – extended supervision orders up to a 10 year period
- Bespoke – contracts built for clients on less than 24/7 monitoring
- ROC – residential restrictions
- Outreach – for those needing only next step support when leaving prison
How We Help
Qualified staff work alongside our clients to assist and prepare them for safe living, recreation, self-care and employment. Life skills including cooking, budgeting, literacy and managing safe recreational activities are taught, giving clients a wider skill base to draw upon. Structure and routine are integral to this plan, and plans and progress are reviewed monthly to ensure successful community reintegration.
Step 1: 24/7 cover within a residential environment
Step 2: Bespoke, 12 hours per day with a curfew
Step 3: Outreach – individuals move to their own residence
"We take a holistic
view of a person’s wellbeing and
support their development of life skills.”
How to Access Our Reintegration Service
- Fill out the assessment form which will help CRC assess your needs. Ask your support person – a member of your High Risk Team, Probation Officer, a member of the prison staff, whanau or LifeLinks – for help filling in the form.
- CRC will go through your assessment form to check your eligibility and to make sure our Reintegration Service is the right service for you.
Principles of our Reintegration Service
Identity – Nō Hea:
Helping our people to find their place within our diverse culture. Building support networks, and identifying how their past can be the prelude to a stronger future.
Health & Wellbeing – Mauri Ora:
Supporting the complex differences that lie within our physical health, mental health or identified disability, and creating a holistic pathway to healing.
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