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Old 06-22-2006, 05:04 PM
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Does anyone have a man in a cbcf in Ohio?
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Old 06-22-2006, 05:14 PM
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What is cbcf in Ohio?? Please spell it out so that I can change your title and possibly get some responses
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Old 06-23-2006, 12:48 PM
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Old 06-23-2006, 04:21 PM
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I'm still not sure if I understand the question...but most of the Ohio Prisons are close to communities...example: Ohio State Prison (OSP) is less than 2 miles from my home.
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Jay was in Community Correctional Center last year. It's in Lebanon, across the street from the prison. It was like a lockdown rehab/treatment center where he did classes. Hope that helps.

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hi my son was at cbcf for 3 months...hes been out for 4 months and has violated his probation...now he was sentenced for the remainder of his time...which is 10 months...does that mean that he will go to prision for those 10 months or serve them in the county jail??
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Old 08-17-2006, 07:07 AM
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I think it depends on what he was sentenced to originally. When Jay violated his probation after serving 6 months in CCC he then had to serve the remainder of his sentence in prison, not county. I would check and see what his original sentence says. Hope that helps.

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My man is suppose to go to a review hearing to be placed in CBCF, however his lawyer refuses to file the paperwork for him to be seen in court, (due to unpaid bill) So he remains sitting. Anyone know how he can still be seen and get into that program?
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My man is in Marion Ohio prison ? any one have a man in there ??

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For MsChiku and anyone else who might not be familiar with them ...

"Community Based Correctional Facilities (CBCFs) are residential programs that provide comprehensive programming for offenders on felony probation. CBCFs provide a wide range of programming addressing offender needs such as chemical dependency, education, employment, and family relationships. A Judicial Corrections Board, comprised of local Common Pleas Court Judges, is responsible for oversight of the facility." (from the ODR&C website)
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For MsChiku and anyone else who might not be familiar with them ...

"Community Based Correctional Facilities (CBCFs) are residential programs that provide comprehensive programming for offenders on felony probation. CBCFs provide a wide range of programming addressing offender needs such as chemical dependency, education, employment, and family relationships. A Judicial Corrections Board, comprised of local Common Pleas Court Judges, is responsible for oversight of the facility." (from the ODR&C website)
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cbcf is your last chance to get your act together before the joint.
usually reserved for serious crackheads.
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My man is in Marion Ohio prison ? any one have a man in there ??

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sweetchick23 my husband is in ncci in marion he has been sence sept 2005 i also have 3 brother-in-laws there
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My son was in the CBCF program, and has been clean for 7 months since getting out. The program is usually for 6 to 9 months. They do classes on Anger Management, Financial Issues, they attend AA meetings outside of the facility, and then towards the end they have to get a job outside the facility.
I think it was a wake up call for my son because as someone else said, it was basically last chance before you go to prison.
However, if he screws up he will have to serve his original time. God willing he will keep himself clean, so far so good. He has a little baby girl who is now 10 months old (she was born while he was in CBCF)
The guys just have to follow the rules. Sometimes they don't agree with them but where would they rather be? prison?
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I have a son in a CBCF, in Wintersville. He just checked in there yesterday, so I have no idea what to expect. Any idea as to when I will get to hear from him? He is supposed to be there for 4-6 mos, then probation for another 6-8 mos.
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Call the facility to find out what the visiting schedule is. We had to make reservations so far in advance and in our case each person had to be approved first. Every facility is different so the best bet is to call and ask questions.
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usually reserved for serious crackheads.

Wow, harsh word( i use to be on crack, andmeth) i perfer to be called a addict and i bet ALOT of others would be to!...........

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Does anyone have a man in a cbcf in Ohio?
I work as a case manager at a cbcf in Lima, Ohio. If I can be of any assistance please let me know. Have a blessed day.
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Wow, harsh word( i use to be on crack, andmeth) i perfer to be called a addict and i bet ALOT of others would be to!...........

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I agree, in our facility, they are known as residents, NOT crackheads. Shows their ignorance I guess. Oh well, each to their own.
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I live in Newark Oh and there is a CBCF here, It is a really good program strict but a lot of guys really do well after they come through. We tried for it but the Judge said no more chances so.... its a 6 month program and they have phone cards, and visits one hour a week, they get to leave the facility for AA and NA meetings, community service and eventually to get a job. Lately they have been pushing guys through in 90-120 days one guy got out at 87 days. Its a great program if they get in they go to school and have intense lessons on living life the right way. I hope this is helpful.
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My son is waiting to be transferred to West Central a cbcf in Marysville. There is usually a two month wait. He was picked up for probation violations and does have a drug problem. The judge agreed to send him there for their 6 month program instead of serving his original sentence which could have been up to 2 years . He is currently waiting in the Tri County jail in Mechanicsburg. I hear good and bad things about it but I'm hopeful he'll work hard so he can on with life when he gets out. Anyone else heard anything about this one? Thanks!!
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I work as a case manager at a cbcf in Lima, Ohio. If I can be of any assistance please let me know. Have a blessed day.
Can you please tell me how involved is the Probation officer in the CBCF treatment programs? Who determines when the offender has successfully completed the program? The Judge or the CBCF case managers?
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My husband was just unsucessfully discharged from a CBCF. In my opion it did him no good. Little things in there made a difference but they discharged him 44 days before he was supposed to come home. They are one big mental game if you learn how to play it things work out if your to stubborn to do it you fail! Most of the guys that successfully completed the program while my husband was there ended up reoffending not long after their "transition home."
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Can you please tell me how involved is the Probation officer in the CBCF treatment programs? Who determines when the offender has successfully completed the program? The Judge or the CBCF case managers?
My husbands probation officer was pretty involved in his treatment and made the chioce to unsucessfully discharge him. My husbands counselor kept in close contact with his p.o. through email and phone conversations.
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Can you tell me alittle about the programs offered in CBCF's and how involved in the PO officer in the decisions the case managers make. I have heard that the PO and the Judge tell the facility how long to keep someone there and the case managers just have to comply- any truth to that???
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