Community Sentencing is a partnership between state and county governments and providers in the community to provide services for eligible felony offenders as an alternative to prison. The program integrates alcohol, drug treatment, and rehabilitation services with case management and supervision. It also allows clients to work secondarily on issues that include parenting, education, and unemployment.

  • Minimum once-per-month reporting
  • $40 per month
  • $20 per month DOC fee
  • Random home visits
  • Random UA’s
  • Case management and referral to appropriate resources
  • Monitoring of any special conditions
  • Notification to the DA upon violation