Fiscal Year (FY) Targets are based on the number of
offenders funded to participate in each evidence based reentry program.
The Washington State Institute for Public Policy (WSIPP) assesses
program effectiveness based on participation for any amount of time during
Based on first quarter participation, all seven
evidence based programs delivered in prisons are on track to meet FY10
Moral Recognition Therapy / Thinking For Change
Stress and Anger Management
Getting It Right
In addition, two promising programs (currently supported by limited and emerging
research) are being delivered:
Parenting (PIP) is behind target due to reduced funding and staff.
Hiring of two PIP facilitators in January
2010 is expected to bring participation up to target by the end of the fiscal
Work Force Readiness is behind target due
to reduced funding and the transition from delivery of Job Hunter Xpress.
Current delivery level is expected to bring
participation up to target by the end of the fiscal year.
based reentry programs in the prisons are designed to improve public safety by
reducing the likelihood that offenders will commit new crimes. These
evidenced based programs seek to repair personal deficits that led offenders to