Our positive support, state-of-the-art rehabilitation and supervisory services and innovative housing options have proven to be what many people need to rewrite their stories. The overall goal of the program is to decrease sexual violence. CATSO is a resource for professional development through professional communication, continuing education and guidance in setting effective standards for client assessment and treatment services. Appendix A provides a detailed breakout of services and programs. Muchinsky, LLC, we provide experienced representation for people facing sex crime charges in Connecticut. The resources below are listed in no particular order. During the present contract year to date, the following services have been provided: The contractor will also develop or utilize culturally competent educational materials, videos, etc. CATSO strives to assist professionals and community service providers in forming multi-faceted responses to the serious problem of sexual abuse. Parole Officers assigned to this unit receive special training in the management and supervision of sex offenders in the community. We know how to examine and challenge evidence and adverse witnesses. SID , Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grant 76, SID , Other Expenses — state General Fund 7, The curricula for inmates was field tested with a group of 16 women in the Charlene Perkins Re-entry Center, which is a bed stand alone unit that assists inmates who are within 18 months of release to obtain skills needed for successful reintegration into the community. The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services DMHAS promotes and administers comprehensive, recovery-oriented services in the areas of mental health treatment and substance abuse prevention and treatment throughout Connecticut. Therapy Options The Connecticut Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders — The Connecticut Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offenders CATSO is a multi-disciplinary professional association serving the welfare of the community by promoting safe, effective and humane responses to the problems of child and adult sexual abusers. DMHAS administers and funds prevention coalitions covering towns, and 60 community-based prevention programs provide services statewide or at the regional or local level.