tweet: #DYK #CDCR has a program where #female #parolees can live w/ their #children up to age 6 w/ family/parent counseling?


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COMMUNITY PRISONER MOTHER PROGRAM (CPMP)

                        (24-Bed Facility)

845 E. Arrow Highway Pomona, CA 91767 Regina Dotson, Correctional Counselor III (909) 624-1233 Ext 2160

The Community Prisoner Mother Program (CPMP) is a community substance abuse treatment program where non-serious, nonviolent female offenders may serve a sentence up to six years.  The CPMP has been in existence since 1985 and is mandated by Penal Code (PC) Section 3410.  Women are placed in the program from any of the female institutions.  Pursuant to PC 3410, program eligibility requires that the female offender have up to two children less than six years of age, have no active felony holds, nor any prior escapes.  The female offender must sign a voluntary placement agreement to enter the program, followed by three years of parole.  The CPMP facilities are not the property of CDCR, and a private contractor provides program services at our Pomona facility.  The treatment program addresses substance issues, emotional functioning, self-esteem, parenting skills, and employment skills…

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