Sentinel has a local presence in communities across the nation. Each Sentinel are office expands our ability to better serve customers. If not co-located within the supervising agency, Sentinel’s stand-alone offices located near the supervising agency or the participant population which it serves.
Services at this one-stop facility can include cognitive re-training to counteract anger and domestic violence issues, employment services, drug, and alcohol testing performed on site, electronic monitoring, and financial services such as fine and fee collections. Services are combined in a program unique to each agency’s needs and designed to help graduates succeed.
Participants are tested for risk-needs assessment (LSI-R) and educational and vocational aptitude with the Test Adult Basic Education (TABE). Substance abuse issues are scaled by the Addictions Severity Index (ASI). Based on these findings, belief-changing, attitude and behavior modification programs are formulated into an individualized rehabilitation plan. Personal responsibility and accountability traits are encouraged with appropriate rewards and sanctions, discussed with client agency representatives by SSC case managers.