Long Term Offender Reentry Recovery (LTORR)

Long Term Offender Reentry Recovery (LTORR) are those residential programs operated under contract with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) and Department of Rehabilitative Services (DRP).  The LTORRs are also based on a social service model very similar to an RRC.  Residents can attend literacy training, educational and vocational training, receive mental health assistance, participate in anger and stress management classes. Other program activities include classes in parenting, life skills development, employability training, housing development, etc.  Participation in the LTORR program is typically 6 months, with the option to remain in the program for up to one year, cost-free to the program participant.

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