CASA of Livingston County provides Chemical Dependency services to Individuals incarcerated in Livingston County Jail. CASA views incarceration as a mode of intervention with the opportunity in some cases to introduce participants to treatment and in others to re-engage them in treatment. CASA-LC offers Individual sessions and Group sessions 1x weekly. Incarcerated individuals are also encouraged to attend Mental Health Services and Self Help to assist in the Treatment process. Referrals are accepted by self-referral, Correctional Officers, Mental Health, Probation, Parole, Legal, and Family members. CASA also provides support to the families of those incarcerated.
Services provided in the jail:
- Individual Therapy Sessions
- Group Therapy Sessions
- Collaboration with Legal
CASA-LC often provides services to the individuals for their entire incarceration and will often provide follow-up services if they are referred to another facility of care.
CASA-LC Domestic Violence Prevention Program
CASA-LC started their Domestic Violence Prevention Program in 2014; in efforts to address the community concern for Domestic Violence that is plaguing many communities. CASA provides a 13 week Program that uses the Nationally Accepted STOP Program material for educational, skill building, and coping skills. This program is a fee for service that is not covered by insurance. Most referral are from legal such as Probation, Parole, Foster Care Services, Family Court, CPS, and other Legal authorities. The program is conducted in a group setting and requires full participation in all group exercises. Homework assignments is given on a weekly basis with group processing to occur the following week. This program is accepted by Livingston County, Wyoming County, and Steuben County. All other Counties please check with your referring agent. This program is located at the Geneseo Clinic site on Saturday mornings. Contact the Geneseo office at (585) 991-5012 for more information.