Washtenaw County Community Corrections partners with several community agencies to provide appropriate alternative sanctioning options for offenders. Here you can find more information on the various alternative sanctioning options.
This program is a collaboration with Dawn Farm, a local substance abuse and recovery provider. The goal of this program is to provide intensive substance abuse treatment and direction coupled with effective community supervision to court ordered client.
Learn about AATA, Michigan Works and the Domestic Violence Bond.
Community Corrections works in conjunction with several social service and substance abuse agencies. Supervision agents work with eligible current clients in obtaining placement and funding for their recovery through a variety of agencies.
Community Corrections works in partnership with various levels of the criminal justice system to promote a safe and just community by providing appropriate sanctioning options for eligible persons and to reduce the potential to re-offend and to support reintegration into our community in a manner consistent with public safety.
Probation Residential Services allows inmates to have part or all of a jail term suspended upon successful completion of residential treatment programs.
Thinking Matters is a Cognitive Restructuring program that forces individuals to examine the core attitudes and beliefs that motivate their thinking patterns and dictate their behaviors.