The Judge recommended that I go to Reach Out, what does this mean?

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Maricopa County Adult Probation’s Reach Out Program

The Judge recommended that I go to Reach Out, what does this mean?
The Maricopa County Adult Probation’s Reach Out Program is aimed to help treat convicted substance abusers. The program is geared towards probationers that are serving a jail sentence. The process starts with a court order for assessment or by a referral from the court or your probation officer. Once you have taken the substance abuse assessment, they will inform you if they recommend you for the Reach Out program.

Where does Reach Out take place?

There are 8 different facilities throughout the valley with different programs lasting at least 45 days in length, depending on your level of need. It is important to know that if you don’t complete the program, your probation can be revoked. For those who are incarcerated, you will be released early from jail and transported by the facility you have been accepted into from the jail. Also, if you have a hold or a warrant out for you, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office will not release you from jail, and it is recommended that you have a friend or family member help you take care of those matters prior to starting the Reach Out Program.

Castillo Law is here to help 24/7 with the expertise and due diligence that will exceed your expectations at 480-206-5204.

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