Reentry coach desktop and mobile application

Probation And Reentry Coach Application (PARCA)

Patent-Pending Technology Improving the Success of Community Supervision

Improved:
Awareness • Connection • Engagement

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Percentage of JIP with SUD1

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Rates of Recidivism – 12 Months2

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Rates of Recidivism Within 3 Years2

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Rates of Recidivism Within 5 Years2

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Recidivism Related to SUD3

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Enables DoCs to manage, track and support goals of the Justice-Involved Person (JIP) for a successful reentry when transitioning from incarceration into the community

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Provides the JIP with awareness, easy access and connection to local resources such as: substance use disorder treatment, healthcare, housing services, employment opportunities and many others

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Helps address the systemic inequities that often prevent JIPs from experiencing a successful reentry into the community

About PARCA

Developed by Q2i and our academic partners—experts in the Criminal Justice system, Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Mobile Technology.

Dr Faye Taxman

Dr Bengisu Tulu

Dr Steven Shoptaw

Dr Nick Richardson

Steven Jenkins

PARCA was born from a National Institute of Health funded study: “Digital health technology improving successful community supervision of justice-involved individuals with Substance Use Disorders”. Grant number 1R41DA051156-01

100% Cloud, Ready-to-Go

Start using Reentry Coach to support your program in minutes – easily setup and manage your department and JIPs.

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Modern User Interface

The Reentry Coach dashboard and JIP app interface is intuitive and easy to navigate for an unequalled user experience.

Turnkey Design

Designed by academic and industry professionals to be plug and play for both the DoC and JIP.

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Flexible and Scalable

Reentry Coach can be used as a stand-alone program management solution or easily integrated with third-party systems.

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Safe and Secure

Built and deployed on AWS GovCloud to meet government compliance mandates for hosting sensitive data.

Using PARCA the DoC team can:

 
  • View and track JIP selected goals for a successful reentry
  • View and track steps to accomplishing goals
  • Upload and adjust JIP case plan
  • Provide information on localized support services to the JIP
  • Manage calendars and appointments Send secure messages
PARCA desktop application
PARCA mobile app

Using PARCA the Justice-Involved Person (JIP) can:

 
  • View and track JIP selected goals for a successful reentry
  • View and track steps to accomplishing goals
  • Upload and adjust JIP case plan
  • Provide information on localized support services to the JIP
  • Manage calendars and appointments Send secure messages

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References:

1 – Bronson, J, et al. Drug Use, Dependence, and Abuse Among State Prisoners and Jail Inmates, 2007-2009. Office of Justice Programs. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2017. NCJ 250546.

2 – Durose, M.R., et al. Recidivism of Prisoners Released in 30 States in 2005: Patterns from 2005 to 2010. Office of Justice Programs. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2014. NCJ 244205.

3 – 30.3% recidivism related to SUD within 3 years for those released with any offense; 41.2% recidivism related to SUD within 3 years for those released with a drug offense.

Langan PA, Levin D. Recidivism of Prisoners Released in 1994. Office of Justice Programs. Washington, DC: Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2002. NCJ 193427.