Published on December 11, 2007
Montgomery County Department of Correction and RehabilitationPre-Release and Reentry Services DivisionWork Release Program: Montgomery County Department of Correction and Rehabilitation Pre-Release and Reentry Services Division Work Release Program Presentation to Community Advisory Board June 9, 2005 By Work Release Coordinators Hillel Raskas Angela Talley Patricia Taylor Overview: Overview Work is Cornerstone of Re-entry Plans Work Release Coordinators provide services to PRRS Clients and Employers Employers are Partners in Re-entry Plans Improving Services: Plans for the Future Timeline: Timeline Phase 1 Orientation Assessment Job Readiness First Week At PRC Phase 2 Job Search Interviews Phase 3 Placement Employer Agreement Phase 4 Retention Career Development Two Week Requirement Continuing Phase 1: First WeekJob Readiness + Reentry: Phase 1: First Week Job Readiness + Reentry Services Provided: Services Provided Job Readiness Assessments Career Counseling Job Placement On-going Support Retention Follow-up Getting Legal: Documentation: Getting Legal: Documentation I-9 Requirements Social Security Cards Birth Certificates State ID Driver License Rules and Expectations: Rules and Expectations Job Search: (M-F, 8:00am– 4:30 pm) Morning Meeting Daily Contact with WRC Appropriate Dress No TV or Recreation Secure Employment within 3 Weeks Exclusions to Employment: Exclusions to Employment No Bartenders Limited Retail No Cabdrivers Circumstances of Conviction Special Conditions Use of GPS Placement Challenges: Placement Challenges Developmentally Disabled Cognitive Issues Geographic Considerations Professionals Employer Relationships: Employer Relationships Good Job Match: Good Job Match Qualified Individual Skill Education Attitude Suitable Job Compatible with Criminal History Geography Partnership: Partnership Employer Agreements Clear Program Expectations Education/Assistance Criminal Justice System Tax credits Bonding services Offender Behaviors Frequent/On-going Contact: Frequent/ On-going Contact Monitoring job performance Notification of Client Status Changes Means Telephone/Email/Fax On-site job visits Post-Release Follow-up Recruiting Employers: Recruiting Employers Identifying local labor market trends Maintain and update employer listings Facility visits and tours Provide space for on the spot interviews Collaboration with One Stop Center Job site visits Workforce SnapshotNoon, April 1, 2005: Workforce Snapshot Noon, April 1, 2005 62.3% Employment Rate 86 working 51 not working 83.3% employment of eligible Wages/Benefits $9 Median hourly wage 18% Benefits 98% full-time Days to 1st Job Placement 18 day median overall 17 days for males 37 days for females 61% working win jobs with prior experience 40% of residents working in fields that they are unlikely to remain in post-release 26% good candidates for Transitional Jobs (includes employed residents) Unemployment Reasons: Unemployment Reasons 12 (23.5%) new arrivals (< 7 days) 16 (31.4%) designated as “inside workers” Medically disabled Adjusting to community-based correctional setting 23 (38.3%) involved in job search mode Future Plans: Future Plans Improving Job Development and Placement Services Slide19: 1 Become aware of the need to make a choice 2 Take a snapshot of yourself 3 Identify occupational choices 4 Get information about identified alternatives Resources (assessments, websites, databases, print materials, software) 5 Choose among alternatives 6 Get the required education/training 7 Get the job CAREER PLANNING PROCESS Assessments: Assessments Education/Aptitudes Career/Life Roles Interest Skills Decides Model CAREER RESOURCE CENTER (Modeled on “One-Stop Career Centers”): CAREER RESOURCE CENTER (Modeled on “One-Stop Career Centers”) Computers/Printer Telephones/Fax Work Stations Resource Books Social Service Resources Purpose: Purpose Computerized Assessments Access Labor Market Info. Develop and Refine Resumes Complete on-line applications Contact Employers Access training and educational info. Enhance computer skills Internet Resources: Internet Resources America’s Career Info Net O*Net Profiler Occupational Outlook Handbook Contacts: Contacts Montgomery County Pre-Release Center 11651 Nebel Street Rockville, Maryland 20852 (301) 468- 4200 Hillel.Raskas@montgomerycountymd.gov Angela.Talley@montgomerycountymd.gov Patricia.Taylor@montgomerycountymd.gov
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