Jail Program Services 

Offered within Cattaraugus, Chemung, Livingston and Tioga County New York, as well as Bradford County Pennsylvania 

By helping those within the prison system, we can assist their recovery path before they are even released. In doing so, getting them started back up on the right foot and supporting the next step of their care. 

New York Facilities

Our counselors can provide orientation to individuals suffering from substance use disorder. We can also complete referrals to outside treatment centers for appropriate levels of care.

During an orientation, Counselors educate these identified individuals through treatment with extended-release injectable Naltrexone. Participants are provided with knowledge on this form of treatment, its protective factors, how it is administered and the contraindications that are present and any associated risks.

Another form of care we offer is Recovery support. We have found it very helpful to participants and since it is something that has been successful in our other levels of care, we wanted to ensure it was present within these services, too. Essentially, offering a consistent, whole-person approach to their recovery path.

Participants that are preparing for release will be given various information prior to release from Cattaraugus, Chemung, Livingston or Tioga County Jail. We do this so that individuals can start off on the right foot as soon as they re-enter the community. Knowing where their resources are and having the help of CASA-Trinity to assist in getting them where they need to be, safely.

Pennsylvania Facilities

CASA-Trinity, Inc. is very thankful for an ongoing partnership with the Bradford/Sullivan County Drug & Alcohol Single County Authorities to provide weekly group sessions within Pennsylvania Facilities.

Together, we utilize the “A New Direction” curriculum to those who are struggling with a substance use disorder. A New Direction is a comprehensive, cognitive behavioral treatment curriculum for offenders with substance use disorder. The curriculum is divided into six core modules that address the following areas: 

  • Intake and Orientation
  • Criminal and Addictive Thinking
  • Drug and Alcohol Education, Socialization
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Release and Reintegration Preparation