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Lebanon County Day Reporting Center 2018-06-14T14:23:50+00:00

OUR GOAL IS TO FOCUS ON THE REHABILITATION OF EACH PARTICIPANT AND THE SAFETY OF THE COMMUNITY.

The Lebanon County Day Reporting Center (DRC) helps each participant improve their whole self by connecting them with local therapy providers, parenting classes, life skills training, job readiness, computer skills training and healthy living strategies.

The average length of the program is six months. In order to complete the program, each participant is required to report to the facility up to six days per week depending on their level of programming needs, attend all designated classes, stay sober and successfully obtain steady employment.

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The Lebanon County Day Reporting Center provides the following services:

INDIVIDUALIZED CARE
  • individualized needs assessment

  • intensive individualized case management services

EDUCATION

  • financial literacy training – budgeting classes and money management

  • high school equivalency test preparation and course work

  • healthy living education and access to state-of-the-art gym equipment

  • introductory computer skills training

JOB SKILLS
  • résumé building and workshops geared toward finding steady employment

  • introductory computer skills and other “soft skills” training

  • placement and retention services – helping our participants achieve and maintain employment

LIFE SKILLS / COUNSELING
  • drug and alcohol relapse prevention

  • evidence-based programming for life skills

  • “cog” classes – a program based on the National Institute of Corrections’ program Thinking for a Change

  • essential life skills training, including conflict resolution, time management, problem solving and communication

  • parenting skill-building and family reunification

CONNECTIONS

The Day Reporting Center also helps individuals access supportive services and referrals to community agencies within Lebanon County to address other needs, including:

  • food, clothing, toiletries, etc.

  • healthcare

  • transportation

  • legal advocacy

  • mental health services

  • drug and alcohol treatment

  • mentoring

  • parenting/family relationships

  • peer support

  • spiritual programming,

  • housing

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1-855-272-1653

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