HISTORY OF RVCP
In December 1997, RVCP, Inc. relocated all programming to the Caravilla Education and Rehabilitation Center. The move allowed RVCP, Inc. to centralize all of the programs into one physical location. The Michael Lew Center and Alternative Program were combined into one half-way house with the ability to serve 150 clients at one time. The program is now called the Alternative Program.
Since January 1989, RVCP, Inc. has provided Day Treatment and Outpatient services through the TREATMENT ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM (TAP), a case management program that links the criminal justice and treatment communities. In 2005, RVCP, Inc. obtained licensing for Transitional Residential Services and now has the ability to provide AODA treatment to our residential clients via the AODA Department.