Programs & Services
Purchase of Goods and Services Programs Guide
Programs: Agents may refer offenders to programs in the community. These may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Residential Services
- Transitional Housing
- Community Reintegration Programs
- Substance Abuse
- Sex Offender Program Services
- Day Report Centers
- Emergency Housing
- Employment and Community Service
- Vocational Programs
- OWI Courts
- Cognitive Intervention
- Domestic Violence Services
Community Corrections Employment Program (CCEP)
The Community Corrections Employment Program (CCEP) is a statewide program designed to assist offenders in obtaining the skills necessary to obtain and maintain employment in a competitive work environment. Participants are assessed and placed into services based on their level of skill and work readiness. CCEP Coordinators work closely with employers and other community agencies to provide employment opportunities and additional employment related assistance as needed.
Many participants in this program have demonstrated efforts to improve themselves, based on enhancing their education level and/or vocational skills during their incarceration.
CCEP Coordinator coverage areas are aligned with the DCC Regions. Please contact the Regional CCEP Coordinator for your area or view this Community Corrections Employment Program (CCEP) Information for Employers Brochure for more information.