The Northeast Michigan Community Corrections Advisory Board (NEMCCAB) supports the fair and equitable treatment of offenders using the least restrictive sentencing option available to the courts, consistent with the individual treatment needs of the offender and with the safety of the general public always being of paramount concern.
How Does Community Corrections Work?
Community Corrections provides local sanctions for moderate to high-risk, non-assaultive offenders in lieu of jail, or to reduce the length of incarceration. These sanctions include employment, education, substance abuse treatment, mental health services, and community service work. These services address client specific needs and aid in reducing recidivism.
NEMCCAB Programs per County
The Northeast Michigan Office of Community Corrections provides programming in Alpena, Alcona, Cheboygan, Crawford, and Otsego Counties. The availability of the various programming provided is listed below:
Available in All Counties Served: Jail & Community Based Case Management; DDJR 5-Day Housing, DDJR Assessment, Education to Employment, and community based GED Testing.
Additional programs not listed above provided exclusively in each county listed below:
Alpena: Jail-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Groups (provided by Catholic Human Services), Jail and Community-Based GED Testing/Tutoring
Cheboygan: Jail-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Groups (provided by Catholic Human Services), Jail and Community-Based GED Testing/Tutoring
Crawford: Jail-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Groups (provided by G.R.A.C.E. Center), Jail and Community-Based GED Testing/Tutoring
Otsego: Pretrial Supervision Services and PRAXIS Risk Assessment