Private not-for-profit agencies that have contracted to complete substance abuse placement assessments and related case management services. Learn more.
This program is designed to help families solve problems in order to help them to become employed. Learn more.
The 888 Program was implemented to provide assessment, referral, and case management services to eligible inmates of the Sedgwick County Detention Facility. Learn more.
The Re-Entry Program was implemented to provide assessment, education, referral, and case management services to eligible inmates of the KDOC correctional institutions and upon release to those with or without supervision. Learn more.
Peer to Pier's purpose is to help individuals and families overcome everyday barriers through resources, support and guidance. Learn more.
The purpose of the SB-123 program is to provide community supervision and drug treatment to offenders with substance abuse problems in order to reserve correctional facility capacity for more serious, violent offenders. Learn More.
This program is intended to help offenders who have four or more DUI convictions. Learn More.
ICM Program was implemented to work collaboratively with State and Community Hospital discharge planners, and social workers to prevent or reduce the need for admission to State Hospitals for those that have substance abuse and mental health disorders. Learn More.
The Sobering Unit for persons with substance abuse issues: brief stay no longer than 23 hours. We offer recovery support and assist in accessing additional treatment services, including detoxification. SACK Sobering Unit accepts admissions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Learn More.