New Hope - FOTEP

Services Offered
  • Case Management
  • Residential Treatment
  • Therapy Programs
New Hope is a gender responsive residential substance abuse treatment program in Riverside County that serves female parolees and their dependent children. As a Female Offender Treatment and Employment Program (FOTEP), New Hope reduces recidivism through intensive treatment and case management services. Our goal is to help women obtain and maintain a drug- and crime free life.
 

Our array of services includes:

  • Primary substance abuse treatment: assessment, recovery planning, education, group process, transition and aftercare discharge planning.
  • Comprehensive case management and child and family re-unification services.
  • A parenting center focused on child development, parenting skills and therapy to assist in developing and strengthening the bond between mother and child in a supervised, structured homelike setting.
  • Groups for grief and loss, self esteem, overcoming trauma, and other specialized care support groups.
  • Vocational services, including job development, basic computer and resume development skills.
 
Eligibility Requirements:
New Hope program services are available to women on active parole/post release community supervision and their minor children (typically up to the age of 12).        
 
Referrals:
All participants at the New Hope receive referral, authorization and funding through the California Department of Corrections.
 
More Information:

To find out more information, please call (951) 845-0176.

 
 
 
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