Rehabilitative Program Videos
DRP offers videos providing information about CDCR’s evidence-based rehabilitative programs. The production and development of videos are intended to inform and educate the inmate population and public of available resources.
INSTRUCTIONS: Videos on this page are in Microsoft WMV format which plays on most Microsoft Windows-based computers. If you have trouble playing these videos install the free Flip4Mac Quicktime add-on OR free standalone VLC Player for any type of computer. Additional videos can be found on the CDCR YouTube Channel.
Long-Term Offender Program
The Long-Term Offender Program (LTOP) is a voluntary program that provides evidenced-based treatment programming to inmates who are serving long-term sentences.
Male Community Reentry Program
The Male Community Reentry Program (MCRP) is designed to assist participants to successfully reenter the community from prison, using community-based, rehabilitative services.
Offender Mentor Certification Program
The Offender Mentor Certification Program (OMCP) trains and certifies long-term inmates to assist as mentors in CDCR’s substance use disorder treatment programs.
More DRP Videos:
This easy-to-understand short animation will step you through the inmate rehabilitation process.
Learn more about the programs and services available to help inmates reintegrate successfully into society upon release.
CDCR’s COMPAS risk-needs assessment determines inmates’ criminogenic needs, and helps place them into the right program at the right time.
Noted correctional program expert Ed Latessa from the University of Cincinnati provides insight on what works and what does not work in reducing recidivism.
Inmates at Sierra Conservation Center (SCC) learn auto body repair and detailing skills that are designed to give them a better future after prison.
This video tells the story of three dogs, all of which were pulled from the shelter and saved from euthanization. Female inmates at California Institution for Women (CIW) train and transform the animals into service dogs for autistic children.
Inmates at Deuel Vocational Institution (DVI) are enrolled in the heating, ventilation, and air-condition (HVAC) program, have asked themselves where their future is headed and now have a clear path to success at their fingertips.
Inmates at Folsom State Prison (FSP) learn welding skills to meet the national demand for welders. They earn nationally recognized certifications while preparing to enter the workforce upon their release.