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Re-Entry & Aftercare Services

 

DISC Village, Inc. is engaged in providing a comprehensive array of alcohol, drug and mental health rehabilitative services to residents in the Northwest Florida-Leon, Gadsden, Wakulla, Liberty, Jefferson, Franklin, Taylor, and Madison Counties. Through coordination with the State Attorney’s Office, Public Defender and Leon County Jail, consumers are referred to DISC Village for substance abuse and/or dual diagnosis disorders. DISC Village utilizes identification and engagement strategies for consumers in need of assistance that are individualized through a thorough intake and assessment process.

 

Dependent upon the consumer needs, DISC Village will appropriate place or work with community service providers to assist in obtaining the appropriate assistance for a consumer. Of the many substance abuse and dual diagnosis programs at DISC Village, the Leveraging Interventions for Transformations program works with incarcerated and post-released men and women to provide educational and job related services.

 

Since the program inception in 2010, LIFT has assisted over 192 consumers with and average success rate of 85% for job placement, job attainment, and/or post-secondary educational placement and completion. Of the consumers who have participated and completed the program, less than 30% have been re-arrested and more than 95% of the consumers who have participated and completed the LIFT program have remained engaged, participate and seek the assistance of the LIFT program after being released from incarceration.

 

 

 

About DISC Village

DISC Village, a non-profit community-based agency, has been in operation for nearly 40 years and is one of the largest and most comprehensive prevention, intervention and treatment agencies in Florida. Through the years, DISC Village has become recognized as a leader in the state for initiating, managing, and coordinating delinquency and substance abuse prevention/intervention programs in Leon County and North Florida.

The agency grew from a Drug Information Service Center located on the grounds of Florida State University.


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