Supervision Programs

Supervision Programs

Shelby County Community Corrections
Program List, Criteria, and Associated Costs

Program

Criteria & Description

Fees & Associated Costs

Adult Day Reporting (ADR)

  • Court-ordered program
  • Daily reporting sign-in program for adults
  • Post-trial
  • Case management component and contact standards are based upon three-tiered level system and IRAS risk level*
  • Pre-approval processed through Community Corrections, when applicable

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$10 Daily fee – Level 1

$5 Daily fee – Level 2

$3 Daily fee – Level 3

 

Alcohol Drug Assessment (ADA) – through Shelby County Probation

- Assessment for any Misdemeanor or Felony substance-related offense

- Protocol for Referral – Offender must contact Probation and pay for assessment in advance of conduction IF prior to sentencing

$325 – post-sentencing

$270 – pre-sentencing – MUST be paid

in advance

Community Transition Program

  • Re-entry program for DOC-released inmates
  • Court-ordered program
  • Case management component is based upon a two-tiered level system and IRAS risk level*
  • Bi-weekly contact standards at minimum
  • Participants MUST have local and pre-approved housing
  • Participants MUST have reasonable employment prospects

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$5 Daily fee – Level 1

$10 Daily fee – Level 2

Community Service

  • Court-ordered program
  • Local and out of town placement available

$100 One-time fee (Adult)

$75 One-time fee (Juvenile)

Electronically Monitored Home Detention

- Court-ordered program with GPS equipment and 24/7 monitoring and supervision

- Case management component and contact standards are based upon IRAS risk level*

- Pre-approval processed through Community Corrections, when applicable

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$15 Daily fee

Forensic Diversion

  • Court-ordered program designed for adults with mental illness, addictive disorder(s), or both, who have been charged with a non-violent crime
  • Case management component and contact standards are based upon three-tiered level system and IRAS risk level*
  • Must have mental illness, addictive disorder(s), or both
  • Must participate in program for minimum 12-18 months
  • Must attend community-based substance abuse or mental health treatment
  • No drug dealing or violent offenses (no violate offenses in the past ten years) 

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$6 Daily fee – Level 1

$5 Daily fee – Level 2

$4 Daily fee – Level 3

Jail Intervention Program

  • 90-day intervention program designed to address substance abuse issues and life skills with felony-charged inmates
  • Protocol for Referral – Once offender has been placed in program, contact Melissa Gharst mgharst@co.shelby.in.us to initiate services
  • Must have approval from Court and Prosecutor to participate

No cost

Pre-trial Adult Day Reporting Program

  • Court-ordered daily sign-in reporting program
  • No case management component

$25 Administration fee

$3 Daily fee

Pre-trial Electronic Monitoring

  • Court-ordered program with GPS equipment and 24/7 monitoring
  • Exclusion zones, if indicated
  • No sign-ins or case management

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$10 Daily fee

Pre-trail Treatment Program

  • Court-ordered and/or Prosecutor-approved daily sign-in reporting program
  • An alternative to incarceration for low-level substance abuse offenses
  • Substance abuse treatment is a mandatory component
  • No sign-ins or case management
  • Protocol for Referral – Contact Melissa Gharst mgharst@co.shelby.in.us & Charlie West cwest@co.shelby.in.us via e-mail and direct offender to report to Melissa to initiate treatment program

$25 Administration fee

$3 Daily fee

Sex Offender Management Program (SOMP)

  • Court-ordered program with mandatory Sex Offender treatment provided though an outside agency
  • GPS component for a minimum of 180 days
  • Case management component and contact standards are based upon a level system, IRAS risk level*, and STATIC and STABLE assessment evaluations

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$10 Daily fee with GPS

$5 Daily fee without GPS

 

Vivitrol Program

  • Court-ordered and/or Prosecutor-approved program designed to provide intensive supervision of and treatment for opiate-addicted pre-or post-trial individuals
  • Must have minimum of 1 year of time in which to participate
  • Must have current history of opiate addiction (acknowledged or gathered through collateral information)
  • Must reside in Shelby County or have the ability to work with the approved provider for this program
  • Protocol for Referral – Contact Melissa Gharst mgharst@co.shelby.in.us for eligibility assessment

$15 Daily fee for GPS monitoring, if

indicated

Work Release

  • Court-ordered program with placement in the Shelby County Jail
  • 14 bed capacity (12 male beds and 2 female beds)

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$20 Daily fee

Juvenile Home Detention

  • Court-ordered and/or in-house-sanctioned program with GPS equipment and 24/7 monitoring and supervision
  • Case management component and contact standards are based upon program length and IRAS risk level*
  • Pre-approval processed through Community Corrections, when applicable

$50 Administration fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline

and random throughout

supervision duration, if

indicated

$7 Daily fee

Juvenile Assistance and Guidance

  • Court-ordered leveled supervision program with 24/7 supervision and monitoring with GPS (1st 30 days) and/or Case Manager/Field Officer communication per contact standards
  • Daily curfew call-ins
  • Case management component based upon juvenile participant risk, needs, and responsivity factors based upon IYAS scores
  • Appropriate for any juvenile participant with an overall moderate or high IYAS score
  • Program length 180-365 days

$50 Administration fee

$100 JAG fee

$20 Drug Screen fee – baseline and

random throughout supervision

duration, if indicated.

Juvenile Re-Entry Program

- Court-ordered supervision program for juvenile participants entering the community after secure detention or residential placement sentences

- Strength-based participant, parent/guardian assessment directed

- Length of program is to be determined based upon individual need

$25 J-REP fee

Juvenile Restorative Justice

  • Court-ordered or school-based professional script-guided conference session including juvenile, victim(s) and support members
  • Juvenile follow-up in reference to the agreed upon Reparation Statement following a single conference

$25 Administration fee (court-ordered cases only)

Additional costs related to varying amounts of agreed upon restitution and/or restoration fees

 

                 *Indiana Risk Assessment System (IRAS) is utilized for every incoming participant and scores are then used to determine risk, need, and responsivity factors for each.
*All programs require administration fee, baseline drug screen fee, and first two weeks of supervision to be paid at Intake.

Shelby County Community Corrections Referral Programs

 

Programs

 

CRITERIA FOR REFERRAL

 

 

Cost and Associated Program Fees

 

Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT)

 

Cognitive – behavioral counseling program that combines education, group and individual counseling, and structured exercises designed to foster moral development and reasoning in clients. MRT typically takes 16-36 group sessions to complete.

 

Appropriate for participants with moderate or high overall IRAS risk levels AND a history of criminal attitudes, behavior, and/or thinking patterns.

$5 per class

$25 per workbook

Thinking for Good

Cognitive – behavioral counseling program that works to shift hedonistic thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs into more pro-social, community-oriented thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs.

 

Appropriate for participants with moderate or high overall IRAS risk levels AND a history of criminal attitudes, behavior, and/or thinking patterns.

$5 per class

$10 per Workbook

Financial Literacy

 

*In House Program in partnership with First Merchant Bank

 

Money management class

 

 

Appropriate for participants with a moderate or high IRAS risk score in the Employment, Education, and Financial Domain.

$0

Moving On

 

Moving On is a 22-session course based on an evidence-based curriculum that focuses on providing women with structured pro-social alternatives to criminal activity and thinking by identifying and mobilizing both personal and community resources.The program is structured to provide women with alternatives to criminal activity by helping to identify and mobilize both personal and community resources.

 

Appropriate for women with a moderate or high overall IRAS risk level

$0

MADD

 

*In House Program in partnership with
Shelby County Probation and MADD

 

Impact program conducted by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers

 

Any substance related offense involving Driving

$30

Anger Management/BIP

 

*Program conducted by outside agency

 

Anger Management program that teaches participants about anger and ways to manage it.

 

Participant may be referred to either program based on circumstances of offense.

 

Cost varies by Provider

 

BIP - $30-$40 per group