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Current members of the JCAP program at the Montgomery Count Jail pose for a photo.

Valley Oaks Helps Bring JCAP to Montgomery County Jails

In 2019, Valley Oaks Health partnered with the Montgomery County Jail, Crawfordsville Fire Department, Montgomery Superior Court I, and Workforce Plus to bring the Jail Chemical Addiction Program, or JCAP, to inmates seeking recovery counseling and life skills training before their release.

Over the last two years, 117 participants have gone through the program with a recidivism rate 20% lower than the national average. This article from the Journal Review highlights the journey of one graduate who has found hope and healing since his release as well as the journeys of those currently going through JCAP.

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