Welcome to The Ross County Sheriff’s Office Day Reporting Program

We provide sentencing alternatives for offenders to help reduce recidivism 


Our Programs

Thinking for a Change

 Thinking for a Change is a cognitive behavioral program for Moderate to High risk offenders. T4C incorporates research from cognitive restructuring theory, social skills development, and the learning and use of problem solving skills.  

Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Substance Use

 The CBI-SA curriculum is designed for individuals that have a moderate to high need in the area of substance abuse and is well suited for the criminal justice population.   

New Directions

New Directions is a cognitive educational group that helps focus the participant on successfully transitioning into society, ultimately using proven techniques for changing habits, attitudes and beliefs that run counter to goal accomplishments. 

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Our Services

 Day Reporting offers Anger Management, Theft Intervention, Underage Consumption, and Crossroads substance use groups, as well as GPS monitoring, and SCRAM (continuous alcohol monitoring).  

Staff

 

Brandy Morris-Hafner- Administrator

Treiva Cottrill- Intake Coordinator/Case Manager

Sgt. Bill Cox- Lead Facilitator

David Welch- Facilitator

Real Testimonials

“Day Reporting has really taught me a lot about setting goals and actually striving to work toward obtaining them.  No matter if it’s achieving, or maintaining sobriety. The staff genuinely cares about their clients, and they seem to strive to do what it takes to help people better their current and future situations."  Rachel Linek 

Agency Partners

 The Program staff works closely with the Ross County Common Pleas Court, Chillicothe Municipal Court, Adult Probation, Adult Parole Authority, and various halfway houses and CBCF's.  

FAQs

 

Can I come there on my own? 

Sorry, but clients attending Day Reporting first need to be sentenced here by a judge or sanctioned by a probation or parole officer

Do you help with transportation?

Yes! We offer bus tokens, cab vouchers, and gas cards  (if available).

Referrals

 Even though we offer a variety of treatment and services on-site. If a program participant is in need of a service that is not available on-site, then a referral will be made to the appropriate service provider in the community.  

Contact Us

Send Message

For more information on dates and times of group please send us an email.

 

If you are ordered to come to Day Reporting please call beforehand to set up an appointment. We look forward to seeing you!

 

The Ross County Sheriff’s Office Day Reporting Program

16643 St Rt 104, Chillicothe, OH 45601, US

(740) 702-1207

Hours of Operation

 

Closed on all National Holidays