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Post Release Supervision

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Post Release Supervision

Each graduate of the in-camp phase of V.R.I.C. is required to serve eight months of post-release.  They serve the first month of the eight months on Boot Camp electronic monitoring and must report to the V.R.I.C. on a daily basis.

All graduates are monitored for substance abuse during the eight-month period and have access to substance abuse recovery counseling. Additionally, the graduates are allowed to continue their GED training if they did not successfully complete the program while detained in the V.R.I.C..

The Post Release phase of the program is designed to slowly ease graduates back into society by reinforcing the values and beliefs acquired during their V.R.I.C. participation. It is hoped that this reintegration process will prevent recidivism and help V.R.I.C. graduates become productive members of the community.

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Post Release Supervision
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