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Please listen to the prompts and press the appropriate ; only if you do not hear the prompt needed, press 0 for Master Control. Thank you. It allowed a select group of inmates to be employed in the community and housed during non-working hours in the institutions. A community residential program was established in The fall of saw construction begin on a new bed institution. Opened in July , the facility has four housing units three male and one female and is deed to house 44 women and men.
The facility can currently house 88 women and men. Community custody is the lowest custody level and the least restrictive environment. Individuals ased here participate in "work detail" or "work release. The first several weeks after arrival are spent on work detail - a job in the community supervised by corrections staff or community staff with specific corrections training. Work detail asments are generally for NDCS or other state agencies and can include cleaning and road crews.
Following a time on work detail, individuals are provided an opportunity to go into the community to look for jobs. Once a job is secured and community corrections staff have been in contact with the employer, individuals can be ased to work release. Individuals on work release are employed in the community, receive competitive wages and pay applicable taxes.
Individuals are responsible for their own transportation to and from work and are expected to adhere to a pre-approved schedule. Visitation within NDCS facilities has returned to normal procedures. Wearing of masks is voluntary, not required. Facilities will continue to require scheduling of visitors in advance. To select a time and date for visitation, please click the button above to complete the online form. Questions pertaining to any of the information above can be directed to the facility.
Contact information is available on this . Incarcerated persons at the Community Corrections Center - Lincoln are limited to one visit per week. Visits may be scheduled in advance, as long as they do not exceed the quota mentioned above. Below is a brief record of every available program and service provided by this correctional facility. If it there is any additional facility-specific information pertaining to these programs and services, it will be found under the "Additional Information" tab.
This program helps participants maintain and strengthen the gains they made in other treatment programs. It also helps participants navigate new challenges and helps support the transition back to a community setting. Outpatient substance abuse treatment for incarcerated individuals who are not eligible for residential or intensive substance abuse services due to lower level substance abuse issues. The Alternatives to Violence Project AVP is a workshop that that provides insight on anger and relationships; and new ways to address disagreements.
A gender responsive trauma informed care program created to provide tools to move beyond the cycle of addiction an abuse, become self-confident, self controlled, self-directed and self-empowered. MRT is an evidence-based, cognitive behavioral intervention which le to enhanced moral reasoning, better decision making and more appropriate behavior. Thinking for a Change is a high-level cognitive behavioral program developed by the National Institute of Corrections.
The program uses role playing to concentrate on changing the criminogenic thinking of offenders. Adult Basic Education assists adult incarcerated students work toward high school equivalency, or refresh skills regardless of diploma status.
English as a second language ESL is deed to aid those students not fluent in English learn to speak, read, hear and write the language so they can better function in society. Also prepares for other learning courses. NDCS operates its own school district with a high school. Students of all ages may attend high school classes. Individuals under 22 who have not graduated from high school are required to be in school. Students over 22 need to go through an application process. AA Alcoholics Anonymous is an organization which encourages members to read, and listen at meetings using the program as an opportunity to face the truth and become able for their addiction to alcohol.
Variety of classes, workshops and religious services deed to help inmates with support and spiritual development. A variety of activities that encourage health pastimes are offered at all facilities. Please check with recreational specialists for more information. Social workers provide assistance in obtaining and completing Social Security applications to individuals who qualify and are 90 days from discharge, post-release supervision or parole.
Need addressed: Re-entry for those who may qualify for Social Security benefits due to age or disability. Reentry specialists work with individuals to ensure a reentry plan is completed. The program is deed to build confidence and ability, resiliency, problem solving skills for reentry success and personal growth. Deed to increase knowledge of sex offender registration laws, how to avoid registration violations and prepare for release with registration laws in mind.
Provided on an as-needed basis, clinicians are available to assist individuals in a mental health crisis. Risk Assessments and Psychological Evaluations provide diagnosis clarification, intelligence testing and Dementia screening. On-call Skilled Nursing Facilities manage crises dealing with medical emergencies, behavioral issues and suicide watches.
Transition Services are available to those transitioning to or from general population or protective management. Mental Health professionals may assists with these services. Social workers coordinate with a variety of community providers and agencies for mental health services, substance abuse treatment and medical services. Providers include the Veteran's Administration, DHHS, treatment agencies, private practice and non-profit organizations. Social workers assist individuals with high medical needs to set appointments for medication management, healthcare and provide resources to obtain medical insurance upon release:.
Specialized Population Served offers services for inmates with mental illness or serious chronic medical conditions that are high risk and multi-needs. Introduces concepts of basic electrical wiring, presented by classroom instruction, along with hands-on experience by working with virtual electrical panels. This program provides an overview of safety applications on a construction site as well as training on governmental regulations. This program introduces basic construction safety; construction math, hand tools, power tools, construction drawing, rigging; communication skills;employability skills, and material handling.
This course provides entry-level information about employee rights; employer responsibilities; how to file a complaint; how to identify and prevent job related hazards. Teaches basic budgeting skills, how to manage money, get out of debt and plan for a solid financil future. Helps people find competitive jobs that are based on the person's preferences and abilities, developing s, completing job applications, preparing for interviews.
Provides ongoing community based support services to participants including advocating and supporting participants who want to find housing; referral and assistance obtaining other community services. Discusses deescalation; decision making and consequences; how trauma has affected a person; and how to overcome negative ways of dealing with stressful situations and crises. Need addressed: Life skills. Used by employers, educators and others to provide evidence that job seekers have the skills employers are looking for.
Helps participants examine behaviors and attitudes that may have contributed to their incarceration and focus on skills critical to reentry. Released and Restored provides life skills training for employment, finances and consumer education. The program also focuses on helping individuals learn critical thinking skills, recognize distorted thinking and develop techniques to address problem areas.
Provides assistance for RISE students who wish to complete the program they started in a secure facility. Provides case management to RISE graduates at the facility including job support, housing support, reentry support. Teaches CAD software to increase productivity of the deer, improve the quality of de, improve communications through documentation and to create a database of manufacturing. The TRADE Program teaches conflict resolution; critical thinking; communication; personal finance; healthy relationships; basic computer; job preparation.
Provide participants with the knowledge to recognize and prevent work-related accidents and injuries in general industry settings. Some programs have a cost. March 17, Lincoln, Neb. Tony Smith was taken into custody at 33rd and O Street on the afternoon of March 16, He went missing that morning. He was sentenced seven . January 2, Lincoln, Neb. Anna Berg did not return from her work asment in the community on January 1, The electronic monitoring device she was wearing was found inside a trash can just north of 27th and Cornhusker in Lincoln. Berg started serving her sentence on February 3, She was sentenced to three years in prison on two counts December 15, Lincoln, Neb.
Visits will be scheduled and approved in advance and will be carried out under specific guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID December 1, Lincoln, Neb. Imes failed to return to the facility on the morning of November 26, from his job in the community. Imes started serving his sentence on June 15, He was sentenced to one year in prison on November 26, Lincoln, Neb. Brandon Imes did not return as scheduled this morning from his work asment in the community. The electronic monitoring device he was wearing was disabled.
He was sentenced to one year in prison on charges out of Gage County that include possession of a controlled November 4, Lincoln, Neb. Stack started serving his sentence on September 26, He is serving to years on a charge of second degree assault out of Dodge County. He has a November 3, Lincoln, Neb. Reece Stack started serving his sentence on September 26, He has a tentative release date of April 30, October 28, Lincoln, Neb. Mitchell was booked into the Lancaster County jail. May 26, Inmate Visitation Program Updates. About Facilities Careers Public Information. Safe Prisons. Transformed Lives.
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