S01 E07 - Mentoring at Central California Women's Facility through OMCP

CDCR Unlocked by California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
This podcast focuses on three currently incarcerated individuals at Central California Women’s Facility, who are serving as mentors in the Divison of Rehabilitive Programs' Offender Mentor Certification program. Katherine, Rachel, and Rosa recently took time out of their busy schedules to share some of their experiences serving as mentors  ...  See more
Sep 22 2022

Joe Orlando: Welcome to CDCR Unlocked. I'm Joe Orlando.
Tessa Outhyse: And I'm Tessa Outhyse.
Orlando: The Division of Rehabilitative Programs, or DRP, has a program that's proven to be very successful. It's called the Offender Mentor Certification Program or OMCP. This program is a rigorous and competitive rehabilitation opportunity that allows participants to develop desirable skills, earn a state, alcohol and other drug certification from a certifying agency, and provide a valuable substance abuse mentoring to fellow inmates.
Outhyse: OMCP is voluntary and prepares offenders to obtain sustainable jobs as state certified drug and alcohol counselors upon release, providing them with a nationally recognized certification from the California Association of DUI Treatment Programs, CAA, DTP a

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