Residential Reentry Programs

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2009 South 64th Ave
Yakima, WA 98903
United States
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The Ahtanum View Work Release is a co-ed 60-bed facility, housing 52 males and 8 females.  Programs include substance use disorder treatment, family and personal counseling, and anger management counseling.

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703 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
United States
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Bishop Lewis Work Release is a 69-bed, male-only facility. Programs that are offered to the residents in the work release include substance use disorder recovery and the D.A.D.S. program. The D.A.D.S. assists fathers with resources to help them develop a sense of self, family, and community responsibility through education, effective parenting, mentoring and partnering.

Residents may also attend programs in the community such as Alcoholics (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings.

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223 S. Browne Street
Spokane, WA 99201
United States
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The Brownstone Work Release is an 80-bed, male-only facility. Programs include substance use disorder treatment, Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, life skills and other cognitive-behavioral classes.

Additional programs are available at the Spokane Criminal Justice Center.

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427 W 7th Avenue
Spokane, WA 99204
United States
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The Eleanor Chase House Work Release is a 40-bed, female-only facility.

Programs offered include substance use disorder meetings, parenting classes, life skills, weekly wellness meetings and Pick-a-Partner.  Additional programming is available at the Spokane Criminal Justice Center.

Residents are involved with the community as members of Department of Corrections work crews and providing labor to non-profit organizations.  Residents also volunteer with local social service providers and businesses.

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1531 13th Avenue S.
Seattle, WA 98144
United States
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The Helen B. Ratcliff Work Release is a 47-bed, female-only facility serving women released from state prison or King County jail.

Programs offered include a residential parenting program and Thinking for a Change group therapy, along with referrals to  substance use disorder treatment, Home Free, bible studies, Alcoholics and Debtors Anonymous meetings, poetry and art classes offered in the community.

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