Residential Community Based Modification Program (RCBM)

Clients who enter the RCBM Program are already at risk of re-incarceration as they have broken the terms of their Parole.  If a bed is available, they may be offered the option of coming into the RCBM Program for a maximum of 90 days.

Here, the focus of work is support towards behavior change linked to offending and substance misuse, keeping people safe and engaged in treatment, and encouraging joint working with a wide variety of partners depending on individual client needs.

Clients will have ongoing contact with the criminal justice system and have multiple complex needs characterized by one or more of the following:

  • In Breach of Parole Conditions
  • Entrenched in their alcohol/substance use
  • Have mental or physical health problems
  • Homeless or sofa surfing
  • ‘Revolving Door’ in and out of prison or jail

“I entered the program with a drug habit; I left with hope, happiness and a will to stay sober.””

Clients work intensively with our Case Management Team when they enter the program; working with the focus on reducing recidivism, homelessness, increasing engagement and work opportunities with support services.

They are also connected to Outpatient Services, to receive individual therapy or group counseling facilitated by one of our trained psychologists or counselors. Therapy is a pivotal part of effective substance abuse treatment, as it often covers root causes of addiction, including complex issues faced by the patient in their social, family, and work/school life.

For these clients establishing themselves back in the community and building a life is the most challenging part of the recovery journey. At Axiom Care we are here to help!

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REFERRALS FOR THE RCBM PROGRAM

All intakes are based on availability, which changes often.  We don’t discriminate, we want to give both men and women a second chance in life.  There are a few restrictions due to statute and insurance; we cannot accept sex offenders, arsonists or those with seriously violent histories in our programs.

In prison – the case manager (CPO or COIII) will initiate the application process. Typically, 6 months prior to release.

Direct referral by Parole or Probation officer - various programs- ask about coming to ViVRE.

Self-referrals are possible

Other Enquiries? Write to: Axiom Care (ViVRE), P.O. Box 44701, Phoenix, AZ 85064

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7225 N. 43rd Ave., #522
Phoenix, AZ 85051

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Office

7225 N. 43rd Ave. #522
Phoenix, AZ 85051

Ph: (602) 626-8112