ADAPPT Treatment Services (CCF-CPC, AOD)

Reentry & Treatment Facility

Last Updated: March 20, 2024
428 Walnut St, Reading, PA 19601-3905

ADAPPT Berks is for Reentry & Treatment Facility offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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You can support your loved ones at ADAPPT Berks on InmateAid, if you have any immediate questions contact the facility directly at 610-478-8800.

The ADAPPT Treatment Services (CCF-CPC, AOD), located at 428 Walnut St in Reading, PA, is dedicated to facilitating successful transitions for offenders from incarceration to the community. Emphasizing the importance of reentry for effective crime control, the center focuses on personal development, employment, education, treatment services, family support, and community engagement to support successful reintegration. Reentry, the process of reintegrating offenders from correctional facilities into society, is a critical aspect of public safety. With more than three-quarters of state offenders being re-arrested within five years of release, successful reintegration is imperative. Evidence-based practices focus on individuals at medium to high risk of reoffending, tailoring programs to address their specific needs, thus lowering recidivism rates. Reentry and Treatment Centers play a vital role in this process by providing structured environments and various programs to aid residents in their rehabilitation and community reconnection efforts.

Aligned to reduce recidivism, the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, in collaboration with the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) in certain cases, emphasizes comprehensive reentry services. The center prioritizes core program areas such as Education, Substance Abuse Treatment, and Workforce Development, supplemented by various other reentry-oriented programs, job placement, and health services.

Moreover, these facilities assist probation and pretrial services officers in monitoring individuals' activities to ensure compliance with release conditions and reduce violations, particularly for those deemed higher risk. Additionally, they serve as alternatives to pretrial detention, offering a solution for individuals whose appearance cannot be reasonably ensured or who may pose a danger to the community under less restrictive conditions. Judicial policies consider factors like cost-effectiveness, reducing jail overcrowding, and the suitability of RRC placement for certain defendants, balancing these against individual circumstances and needs. Ultimately, successful reentry not only benefits the individual but also contributes to enhanced public safety and more effective correctional practices. With a commitment to addressing individual needs, family dynamics, and community integration, the center aims to provide holistic support to returning citizens. By offering comprehensive services and support, the center endeavors to empower individuals to successfully reintegrate into society.

Inmate Locator

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Visitation Information

VISITATION SCHEDULE In-Patient: Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Group Home: 7 days a week 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. VISITATION All residents will be permitted visitation. Visiting hours specific to each building will be posted on bulletin boards throughout the facility. If the visiting area is over-crowded your visit time may be shortened at the discretion of the staff on duty. All visitors must sign in and out at the duty desk. Only visitors that are on your visiting list will be permitted to stay. Visitors must abide by the same rules as residents. Physical contact between residents and visitors must be appropriate. During visiting hours, visitors are allowed in the lounge and dining area. Visitors are prohibited from entering resident’s bedrooms. A maximum of four people will be permitted to visit a resident at one time. THERE WILL BE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS RULE.

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