Residential Re-entry Program
Rock Valley Community Programs, Inc. (RVCP) operates a residential re-entry program serving adult male and female offenders transitioning from prison back into the community, offenders who are serving Alternatives to Revocation (ATR) or other probation / parole violations. The program is licensed by the State of Wisconsin as a 115-bed Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF).
The residents are faced with numerous challenges with their transition back into the community to include obtaining gainful employment, educational options, appropriate housing, medical and mental health treatment, positive family and peer associations, and for some substance abuse struggles. To aid with their transition, each resident is assigned a Case Manager to assist them with setting and obtaining their personal goals for their successful re-entry into the community. The Case Manager is assisted in this task by the Bureau of Prisons, Federal Probation Agents and the Wisconsin Department of Corrections Agents, who routinely provide suggestions, assistance and support for their clients in their goal to achieve succesful re-entry into the community.
RVCP works in concert with a multitude of other community-based agencies all with the same goal of providing comprehensive services for the residents.
RVCP also provides in-house groups for the residents which include Employment, Life Skills, Anger Management, Health and Community and Family and Parenting. Residents who require Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) services are referred to RVCP's Compass Behaviorial Health Clinic for appropriate assessment and applicable treatment.