The Intensive Supervision Program (ISP)

The Intensive Supervision Program serves as an intermediate sanction for the Wayne County Court of Common Pleas Court to use as an alternative to prison incarceration. Since its inception the program has expanded to include a Day Reporting Program to work in conjunction with the Intensive Supervision Program to provide both intensive probation supervision along with treatment services and other specialized programs.

The goal of the program is to decrease the prison population, while maintaining a safe and secure environment in the probationer’s community by addressing probationer needs through community resources. The program offers specialized programming such as  mental health/ substance abuse treatment, vocational services and probationers have the opportunity to participate in the Courage to Change Program   (a cognitive behavioral program addressing changing the probationers’ thought processes).

Treatment and services provided by the program:

  • Drug Testing
  • Substance Abuse Monitoring System Program (S.A.M.S Program)
  • Drug and Alcohol Counseling/Treatment
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Anger Management
  • Domestic Violence Program
  • Employment and Life Skills Program
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Groups
  • Vocational Services
  • Electronic Monitoring
  • Sex Offender Treatment
  • Cognitive Behavioral Interventions i.e. Thinking Reports, Problem solving
  • Individualized Case Management
  • Specialized Dockets
  • GED Classes
  • Residential Treatment (CBCF, Group homes, half-way houses)