Criminal Justice

Electronic Documentation for Criminal Justice Service Providers

To learn about how Criminal Justice services for individuals with I/DD are being documented on Therap

Are you facing any of these issues documenting criminal justice services?

  • Lack of an integrated comprehensive system to facilitate work release, short release and early release programs
  • Storing court documents including court orders, prior records and probation reports
  • Lack of tools to assess progress out in the community
  • Lack of tools to document job site visits

Therap provides tools for Halfway Houses and agencies providing criminal justice services with documentation and reporting tools to successfully keep track of important records and document progress and integration in community.

How Therap Can Help

Therap’s suite of applications offers a range of person-centered documentation and reporting tools to assist Halfway Houses and criminal justice service providers with the coordination and facilitation of work release, short release and early release programs. To ensure successful re-entry, Therap offers tools including storage of case files and ongoing reports, tracking of progress in the community, recording casenotes at job site visits and facilitating plans for post-release.

  • Demographic and Identification data, Insurance, family contacts and clinical/service providers, including doctors, group therapists, counselors
  • Medical profiles including diagnoses, allergies and medications
  • Guidelines, information and emergency contacts
  • Upload social history, court and justice system records, psychiatric reports, as attachments
  • Record Group Therapy notes
  • Record meeting notes on Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Record progress and integration in community at job site visits for early release or work release programs
  • Individual treatment and service plan is developed
  • Assigned placement in a residential or community based setting
  • Clinical focus in the secure treatment residential programs
  • Rehabilitate plan the youth by preparing him
  • Rejoin their community by teaching pro-social attitudes and behaviors Cognitive behavioral approach
  • Participate in clinical interventions that emphasize the learning of new skills
  • Ameliorate risk factors and to support acquisition of positive behaviors
  • Monitored by criteria driven behavioral goals and ISP Data Outcomes
  • Attendance tracking at day reporting and neighborhood centers
  • Counseling documentation with Case Notes
  • Anger management counseling and Incident Management reports
  • Substance abuse, tracking of Medications, Lab reports
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
    – Emotions, obstacles, responsiveness, tolerance, mindfulness, etc.
    – Case Notes models such as: DAP, SOAP or Session Progress notes

  • Pro-social skill groups
  • Dating violence prevention and parenting skills
  • Useful for Community mental health centers for services
  • Billing to Medicaid and Third party insurance coverage
  • Track significant health and quality of life outcomes for holistic care
  • Share Admit/Discharge/Transfer documents from hospitalizations/admissions
  • Note disclosures
  • Social and family histories, patient notes
  • Links Plan of Care
  • Acuity rating and risk outcomes
  • Family involvement
  • Educational history
  • Prior criminal record
  • Presence or absence of substance abuse
  • Medical and psychiatric history
  • Work History
  • Review of risk factors related to offending

Scheduling/Electronic Visit Verification

  • Calendar based schedule building
  • Service and limits are coordinated with Service Authorizations
  • Primary check-in/out via Therap mobile app (iOS and Android) – includes GPS location
  • Check-in/out optional in the regular Therap web application
  • Store court records including probation reports, court orders, prior records from incarcerations
To learn about how Criminal Justice services for individuals with I/DD, are being documented on Therap