Many of the roughly 10,000 inmates who exit U.S. prisons each week following incarceration face an immediate critical question: Where will I live? While precise numbers are hard to come by, research suggests that, on average, about 10 percent of parolees are homeless immediately following their release. In large urban areas, and among those addicted to drugs, the number is even higher — exceeding 30 percent.
Recidivism Reduction Services (RRS) is an Insight program that works with high risk justice involved individuals in need of cognitive behavioral intervention and/or substance abuse treatment. Participants receive therapy that promotes positive self-image and identity, helps teach proper social behaviors, and encourages decisions made from a higher level of moral judgment. RRS instills goals, motivation, and values.Learn More
Anyone convicted of a DWI in North Carolina is required to complete a DWI assessment followed by recommended treatment. The DWI assessment is a series of questions that will determine which level of treatment you will need in order to have your license and driving privileges fully reinstated. The assessment must be conducted by an agency licensed as a North Carolina DWI services provider.Learn More
Road 2 Recovery was founded by owners Rontrell and Anita Lynch. Since it's inception, Road 2 Recovery has helped many individuals who have substance abuse or psychosomatic maladies overcome them with our holistic treatment. It is our goal to offer treatment to deter the causes or triggers of substance abuse. Road 2 Recovery's transitional homes have also helped justice involved individuals by providing them with a safe environment while teaching them life skills and helping them acquire employment. It is our goal to prevent and deter recidivism by educating our clients and teaching them coping skills. Road 2 Recovery continues to thrive to be one of the leading providers of substance abuse and housing for justice involved individuals. It is our goal to provide and show our clients the pathway to restoration.
It is our goal to help justice involved individuals take the next step after incarceration. It can be hard for justice involved individuals to find employment and this can increase the likelihood of them repeating a prior offense. Our goal is to educate them to deter repeat offenses.
Our goal is to provide programs that teach life skills, anger- management and other coping skills. It is our mission to ensure that justice involved individuals do not repeat their prior actions.
RRS programs support the reduction of violations and new crimes among probation and post release participants. The program provides high risk/high need offenders with evidence-based counseling/treatment and related support services to help them maintain productive, crime-free living.
Participants may be court-ordered to RRS or referred by either TASC or Division of Community Corrections delegated authority. RRS services include cognitive behavioral instruction (CBI), substance abuse treatment, case management and support services/community linkages to address employment, education, health/nutrition, parenting, family counseling, and transportation needs.