Sheriff’s Female Furlough Program (SFFP)
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Sheriff’s Female Furlough Program , or female day-reporting program, allows for female participants to leave the jail, on electronic monitoring, and report to the program daily for treatment and case management services, returning to their homes each evening to care for their families. They participate in drug substance abuse/mental health, job training and effective parenting classes.
Transition Planning and Aftercare (intensive case management) is developed prior to discharge of each participant and is critical for the successful progression of a SFFP participant's reintegration into the community. A phase system was developed to address individual participant needs.