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Bellingham Work Release

  • Bellingham Work Release
  • 1127 N Garden Bellingham, WA 98225
  • (360) 676-2150
CAPACITY: 21 male and 4 female offenders

Bellingham Work Release is located in a three-story, turn of the century house near downtown Bellingham. Upon arriving at the facility, offenders are assigned to a community corrections officer and contract counselor to assist them in their transition back to the community.

WORK PROGRAMS

Offenders are required to obtain and maintain employment while at the work release facility. Some employers call to offer jobs and community resources are also used to assist residents locate employment. Multiple training opportunities exist including positions at Western Washington University, Whatcom Community College, and Bellingham Vocational College.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

Offenders attend one small group per week focusing on skills and transition training. Programs offered include chemical dependency, Moral Reconation Therapy, relapse education program, dependable strengths, victim awareness, and phase three sex offender treatment programs.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous programs are available in the community, as are parenting classes, anger management and drug/alcohol counseling. Community corrections officers are assigned to each offender while at work release and provide field supervision upon release, thereby assuring continuity of transition planning and programming.

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Bishop Lewis Work Release
703 8th Ave. Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 464-7000

CAPACITY: 69

Bishop Lewis Work Release is a sixty-nine bed male facility that houses state offenders, county offenders, community corrections violators, and other offenders sanctioned by Department of Corrections hearing officers. The primary goal is developing a transition plan for offenders releasing to the community while at the same time mitigating risks of further criminal behavior through monitoring, limiting access to the community, holding accountable through disciplinary actions, and encouraging pro-social employment or other activities.

WORK PROGRAMS

Bishop Lewis Work Release requires all offenders to obtain employment within the community. Pioneer Industries provides training and employment opportunities for Bishop Lewis residents.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

The facility offers offenders courses in anger stress management, life skills and resume writing in order to assist in their transition back to society. Other self-help courses available are Moral Reconition Therapy, and Vocational Assistance Education Programs. The facility further offers a limited program in chemical dependency treatment. The work release contractor, Pioneer Human Services, offers Employment Plus, a program that helps offenders prepare for employment when they first arrive.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Alcoholic's Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are available through community resources. A transition group is in the development phases, which will encourage community involvement

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Helen B. Ratcliff Work Release

  • 1531 13th Ave. S
  • Seattle, WA 98144
  • (206) 720-3005
CAPACITY: 47

Helen B. Ratcliff Work Release was named in honor of Helen B. Ratcliff for her work in the criminal justice system and opened June 17, 1988. It is an all-female work release program located in Seattle, Washington. The Ratcliff family owns the house and the Department of Corrections in conjunction with Pioneer Human Services who provides custody services for the facility.

The building is designed to meet the needs of its residents and their children. It is located on Beacon Hill within walking distance of a bank and store. The site location allows easy access to employment, medical facilities, treatment providers and transportation services. The capacity of the facility is forty-seven beds. Twenty-two beds are reserved for King County offenders, twenty-two beds house state work release residents, one bed houses a pre-release cook and two rooms are specially set up for women who are involved in the Residential Parenting Program. Offenders who have committed sex offenses or present a risk to children do not qualify to be placed at Helen B. Ratcliff Work Release. The maximum length of stay for state offenders is six months.

WORK PROGRAMS

Upon arriving at Helen B. Ratcliff Work Release, residents have two weeks to find employment. The Seattle area affords a wide range of jobs and the resident counselor and the community corrections officers help residents in their job searches.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

The Work Release program encourages the development of life skills, and the goal of the program is successful transition of residents back to the community. Programs that are offered include employment development, parenting and self esteem classes, group and individual counseling, child visitation program, mother/baby program, assessment and case management.

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Reynolds Work Release
  • 410 4th Ave.
  • Seattle, WA 98104
  • (206) 464-6320
CAPACITY: 99 -- 77 male, 22 female

The Reynolds Work Release Second Chance program is located in the historical downtown Seattle, Washington area. The King County Courthouse and King County Jail are both within close proximity. Reynolds Work Release is a 99-bed residential facility located in Pioneer Square. Built in the early 1910's, this six story brick building hotel was converted for use as a Department of Corrections work release program in 1978 for 45 state offenders. Today the facility serves 99 male and female offenders and is under a major renovation program. The main purpose of the program is to assist residents with a successful transition back to the community. The convenient downtown Seattle location assists offenders in gaining meaningful employment, offers close public transportation to and from work sites, and provides a variety of community treatment services.

WORK PROGRAMS

Residents are referred to work, training or other community programs.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

Reynolds Work Release offers in-house programs addressing chemical dependency issues, anger/stress management, life skills, Moral Reconation Therapy, and parenting classes.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Various treatment programs are available in the community. Staff outings in the community include cultural tours, sporting events and library visits. There is an active volunteer program and resident council.

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RAP/Lincoln Park Work Release
  • 3704-06 So Yakima
  • Tacoma, WA 98418
  • (253) 471-4542
CAPACITY: Lincoln 30 Rap 20

Rap House and Lincoln Park Work Release Programs are specialized, coed programs, designed to assist convicted adult felons who are currently incarcerated in a state correctional facility, ordered to work release/partial confinement by a Superior Court; paroled to Rap/Lincoln by the Indeterminate Sentencing Review Board; or ordered by the Department of Corrections for special reasons. Rap House is designed to assist developmentally disabled offenders and Lincoln Park is designed to assist mentally ill offenders. The State of Washington operates the program in partnership with Allvest Inc., a private rehabilitative corporation.

WORK PROGRAMS

Residents are required to seek employment based on their capabilities. This may be a sheltered workshop setting. If unable to participate in employment or training due to their disability, the program will facilitate further community care placement such as congregate care facilities. Both programs utilize community resources that include the Division of Vocational Rehabilitaion, Division of Developmental Disabilities, Division of Mental Health, Tacoma Community House Urban League, Corrections Clearinghouse and others.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

Both programs train residents in self-medication responsibilities. Staff monitor medication, however, the resident is responsible for learning and demonstrating competency regarding medication times and dosage. Both programs have mental health groups, which are facilitated by community professionals. Each resident is expected to participate in one therapy group per week, within their respective facility. A therapist is available for limited individual counseling. The supervising Community Corrections Officer may also link the resident with appropriate community counseling resources

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Progress House Work Release
  • 5601 6th Ave.
  • Tacoma, WA 98406
  • (253) 593-5085
CAPACITY: 69 male and 6 female offenders
Progress House Work Release is a community residential facility providing residents the opportunity to live in the community under Department of Corrections supervision, learn to utilize community treatment resources, work, attend school, and obtain job training while completing the last months of their sentence. The west Tacoma site provides easy access to employment, treatment providers and transportation services. The overall goal of the program is to assist offenders within six months from their release dates to improve work ethic and skills, assist in stabilizing economic status, and address identified need areas without presenting an unreasonable risk to the community.

WORK PROGRAMS

All residents find and maintain employment once at Progress House in order to remain eligible for the program.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

For residents who attend school, room and board must be paid in advance. In-house programs consist of chemical dependency, Alcoholic's Anonymous, Narcotic's Anonymous, Moral Reconation Therapy and religious services. Community corrections officers work with residents to engage community services appropriate to individual and criminogenic needs.

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Peninsula Work Release
  • 1340 Lloyd Parkway
  • Port Orchard, WA 98367
  • (360) 895-6158
CAPACITY: 60 Total: 54 men and 6 women.

FACILITY DESCRIPTION: Peninsula Work-Training Release is located in Kitsap County. It is a 60-bed facility with each room housing two offenders. All offenders are on minimum custody status. Our program is a five-level system. Advancement occurs via the Classification process and is determined by an objective evaluation of task accomplishments. Because of an agreement with Kitsap County, only offenders sentenced out of the Peninsula area (Kitsap, Mason, Clallam, or Jefferson) will be accepted at Peninsula Work Release. Exceptions are made for offenders who have family in the Peninsula area who they plan on releasing to.

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Offenders are required to work with staff in developing individual offender accountability plans. These plans are individualistic and address the personal needs of the offender. They include employment and educational expectations and goals while at work release and to their transition to the community. It is expected that the offenders program to their full potential.

GROUP ACTIVITIES:

Offenders are required to participate in some form of programming. This includes but is not limited to Moral Reconation Therapy, Life Skills, Drug/Alcohol Aftercare, Parenting, etc. Offenders will also be informed of no or low-cost referrals for treatment such as Anger Management, Grief Counseling which they can pursue through community resources.

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Olympia Work Release


  • Post Office Box 41140
  • 1800 11th SW
  • Olympia, WA 98504-1140
  • (360) 586-2731
CAPACITY: 19 male and 6 female offenders

INTRODUCTION Olympia Work Release is a newly remodeled two and half story house with approximately 6500 square feet located on the West Side of Olympia. The facility is located within two blocks of the bus line, half mile from a major mall, and a mile from the central downtown core. The facility is designed to accommodate 25 offenders, with beds for 19 males and six females. The population can vary according to the number of female offenders who are referred to the program. The work release program services a four county area including Thurston, Lewis, Mason, and Grays Harbor counties. Offenders must have ties to the community in order to be accepted by the screening committee. Additionally, the program does not accept any level 3 sex offenders and level 2 sex offenders are evaluated and considered on a case-by-case basis. In order to be eligible for work release, offenders must have minimum MI1 custody and be major infraction free for 60 to 90 days. WORK EXPERIENCE Residents are expected to work with program staff to develop an individual case plan-differing depending on the offender's needs. On-site job development assistance is available through the gateway program. Additional programming is mandatory based on identified risk and need.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

There are no education programs available on-site. The facility houses a chemical dependency program for both residents in the Work Release and offenders on community supervision in the field. Olympia Work Release offers a chemical dependency Intensive Outpatient Program, Moral Reconition Therapy, and continuing care at this time.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Programs such as Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous are accessed in the community. This is also the case with parenting classes and mental health counseling. This program has been operating for the past 22 years in the same location. The facility is recognized by the Olympia Southwest Neighborhood Association and has also actively participated with other community groups.

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Clark County Work Release
  • 5197 NW Lower River Road
  • PO Box 61447
  • Vancouver, WA 98660
  • (360) 397-2166
CAPACITY: 30 state beds

Clark County Work Release is located beside the Columbia River and is co-located within the Clark County Jail's new Work Center. There is a separate building for the work release program on the site. The building is designed to house 100 offenders, 30 of them state prison inmates and the remainder out of Clark County District and Superior Courts. There are four, 25-bed dorms. One dorm is for female offenders. State offenders must be at custody level MI1 and within six months of their Earned Release Date to be eligible to transfer to Clark County Work Release.

WORK PROGRAMS

To assist offenders in obtaining employment when they arrive from prison, a job developer assists them to plan their job search activities. Most offenders are employed within their first ten days on work release.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

Clark County Work Release has a chemical dependency counselor who completes assessments and operates an intensive outpatient group and continuing care program. COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Offenders are allowed to attend Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings in the community.

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Longview Work Release
  • 1821 1st Ave.
  • Longview, WA 98632
  • (360) 577-2211
CAPACITY: 6 female and 54 male offenders

Longview Work Release is located in Cowlitz County, by the boarder of Longview and Kelso. Offenders must be MI1 custody to be eligible and can serve the remaining six months of their prison sentence in the facility before transitioning back into the community. The facility is also used as a sanction for some Community Custody Violators.

WORK PROGRAMS

All offenders are required to work with staff in developing an individual plan. The plans include work as well as educational issues. All the offenders are expected to work their programs to the full potential.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

The facility provides programs for offenders in chemical dependency and a Sex Offender Aftercare group.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Offenders are also offered programs through community resources. Community providers offer mental health and chemical dependency services, parenting and anger stress management classes and various education classes through the Lower Columbia Community College.

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Brownstone Work Release
  • 223 S. Browne
  • Spokane, WA 99201
  • Phone: (509) 363-8109
CAPACITY: 80


The Brownstone Work Release was established in its current location in October 1997. The facility houses adult male offenders who are under the jurisdiction of the Washington State Department of Corrections. An agreement has been made with the City of Spokane not to accept level 2 or 3 sex offenders. Eligible offenders must have minimum (MI-1) custody and must have completed specific and/or required programming. Offenders are required to establish employment upon transferring to the facility.

WORK PROGRAMS

Spokane offers a wide selection of employment opportunities from industrial trades to food services. Residents are encouraged to utilize the support services of Corrections Clearinghouse, Goodwill Industries and Work Source in their effort to secure meaningful employment.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

Educational programming offered at the facility includes Moral Reconation Therapy, Victim Awareness, GED, chemical dependency programs, anger/stress management, Corrections Clearinghouse House, Nurturing Fatherhood, and Interpersonal Communications.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

The Brownstone Work Release has volunteers from the community providing various Bible studies in the facility and escorted outings to community events and NA meetings.

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Eleanor Chase House Work Release

  • 427 W 7th Ave.
  • Spokane, WA 99204
  • (509) 456-7092
CAPACITY: 55 female offenders

Eleanor Chase House Work Training Release was named in honor of Eleanor Elizabeth Barrow Chase, renowned community leader who is also well known for her charitable contributions. It is an all-female Work Release program located in Spokane, Washington. The minimum-security facility opened in November 1993 and is state owned and operated in conjunction with Second Chance, a non-profit, contracting agency. Second Chance provides custody services and programs. The building was designed to meet the needs of incarcerated women and their children. The facility is strategically located within walking distance of downtown Spokane; the site affords easy access to employment, medical facilities, treatment providers, and transportation services. Offenders who have committed sex offenses or present a risk to children do not qualify to be housed at Eleanor Chase Work Release.

WORK PROGRAMS

There is an on-site Job Resource Developer Specialist that assists offenders in job searches. Employment assistance is also available through the Community Justice Center, which provides training to offenders in putting together resumes and provides other employment skill-building tools as well. The residents at ECH are required to be employed in order to participate in the program. There is employment of varied types available in the community. Those who have specific skills have no difficulty finding employment. Local hotels, as well as fast food restaurants easily employ those who have little or no employment experience.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

The Eleanor Chase House Work Release Program offers a full range of services. These services include chemical dependency treatment; an extensive child visitation program, cognitive restructuring programs, group and individual counseling mother and baby program, parenting and self-esteem classes, mentoring programs and employment development. The program includes a modified form of a therapeutic community, which develops 'right living' experiences for the residents.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Eleanor Chase has a strong commitment from its Advisory Board (Department of Social and Health Services, Vanessa Beham Crisis Center, Gonzaga University, Early Head Start, Child Protection Service) to provide services to residents to address their personal treatment and other needs. Additionally, there are volunteers who provide church-related services and Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous classes to offenders, as well as community volunteers who provide special learning opportunities for the residents in areas such as piano lessons and crochet classes.

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Ahtanum View Work Release
  • Ahtanum View Work Release
  • 2009 S 64th Ave.
  • Yakima, WA 98903
  • (509) 573-6318
CAPACITY: 120

Ahtanum View Work Release is a 60-bed facility that accommodates both male and female offenders. All offenders work in the Yakima area and pay room and board, restitution, legal fees, and family support when applicable. Originally, the work release was located at 1704 Grant Street near Yakima Valley Community College. It opened in Oct 1972 and expanded to its present location in 1978. Since its inception, it has become an intricate part of both the business and law enforcement communities in Yakima. Approximately 3500 residents have successfully transitioned from this program to the surrounding community.

WORK PROGRAMS

All residents are expected to secure employment within ten working days of arriving at the facility. Both state and contract staff work with each offender in order to develop an individualized case plan designed to address the individual needs of the offender.

TREATMENT/SELF HELP PROGRAMS

Programs offered at the facility include employment counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, anger management, and family and personal counseling.

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

A strong community volunteer/sponsor program has for many years been a major component at Work Release. Reintegration of the offender to the community is the primary mission.

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Tri-Cities Work Release
  • 524 E Bruneau
  • Kennewick, WA 99336
  • (509) 585-1560
CAPACITY: 24 male and 6 female offenders

Tri-Cities Work Release is a minimum-security facility, which opened in June of 1999. It is the only state owned work release that is solely staffed by Department of Corrections employees. It is a single level, 12,500 square foot building on 1.37 acres, located one block south of the Columbia River in east downtown Kennewick. The work release is comprised of a male and a female wing, housing a total of 40 residents. Each wing accommodates handicap accessible living quarters. The facility includes a recreation room, laundry room, separate male and female television rooms, multi-purpose computer lab room, state of the art kitchen and dining/break room, and a large visiting room. In the back "yard", the facility provides a secure bicycle rack for its residents, weight lifting equipment, covered smoking area, half court basketball, volleyball area, picnic tables, and a large lawn all surrounded by a six-foot cyclone fence and perimeter cameras.

WORK PROGRAMS

Most residents find employment in food services, agribusiness and construction. Residents utilize workforce job training and experience programs, Columbia Basin College for GED, higher education and vocational training. There is an active referral network for employment services, addressing barriers for employment.

TREATMENT AND SELF HELP PROGRAMS

Educational/Self Help classes and programming offered at Tri-Cities Work Release include Intensive Outpatient Treatment and Outpatient Treatment, Moral Reconation Therapy, and chemical dependency programs. Tri-Cities Work Release partners with the Migrant Council/Work Source Center in assisting residents with employment opportunities.

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Ahtanum View Work Release will be moving into the Ahtanum prison facility as it is closed down. These facilities are better suited having a kitchen and maintenance support equipment there.
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