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Fair Oaks Residential Facility

Center Point, Inc. operates a 31-bed licensed substance use disorder residential treatment facility in Fair Oaks, California. The program offers integrated treatment services for adult men.  The treatment and training curriculum emphasize the development of skills that assist participants in successful community reintegration, including social and cognitive skill building, vocational preparation, relapse prevention, and continuing care planning. The length of treatment will depend on individualized assess needs. There is also a continuing treatment, which provides critical social and clinical support after program completion.

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Specialized Treatment For Optimized Programming (STOP)

STOP contractors provide comprehensive, evidence-based programming, and services to parolees in their first year of release during their transition into the community in order to support a successful reentry.

STOP services include, but are not limited to:

  • Substance Use Disorder Treatment
  • Detoxification Services
  • Assistance with Enrollment to Health Care Services
  • General Health Education Services
  • Motivational Incentives
  • Anger Management
  • Criminal Thinking
  • Life Skills Programs
  • Community and Family Reunification Services
  • Employment and Educational Services, and Referrals
  • Individual, Family, and Group Counseling
  • Faith-Based Services
  • Recovery and Reentry Housing
  • Returning Home Well Housing

STOP community-based services are available in most counties throughout the state of California. If parolees are in counties where there isn’t a STOP service, it may be possible to place them in another county.

STOP is administered from six regional placement offices.

  • Campbell
  • Fresno
  • Los Angeles
  • Sacramento
  • San Bernardino
  • San Diego

Program Length
Up to 180 days with the possibility of up to an additional 185 days, based on assessed need.

Enrollment requires a referral by the individual’s Agent of Record (AOR) via a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) form 1502, Activity Report. Parolees may self-refer to a STOP facility but the AOR will be contacted to verify referral.

All parolees subject to the jurisdiction of Division of Adult Parole Operations are eligible to participate. Priority is given to parolees who are within their first year of release and who have demonstrated a moderate-to-high risk to reoffend, as identified by the California Static Risk Assessment (CSRA), and have a medium to high need, as identified by the Correctional Offender Management Profiling for Alternative Sanctions (COMPAS) reentry assessment tool.