Corporation for Justice Management
Helping Offenders Reintegrate and Lead Productive, Crime-Free Lives
Corporation for Justice Management (CJM) operates community-based correctional programs for adults that employ best practices to provide offenders with the skills necessary to reintegrate into the community and lead productive, crime-free lives.
Corporation for Justice Management serves adult pre-trial, probationary and paroled offenders in the states of Connecticut and Massachusetts. Recognized as a leader in providing community-based criminal justice services, CJM has developed program models that address clients' criminogenic risks and needs to reduce client recidivism.
CJM’s community corrections programs are focused squarely on public safety and stress a high degree of respect, motivation and individualized programming for participants.
General areas of service include:
- Residential transitional programming is offered through Union House, a residential program in Bridgeport, Connecticut, The goal of the program is to assist offenders in their transition back into the community.
- Alternative incarceration for adults is also available at Union House for low-risk offenders. These highly supervised and structured programs save tax dollars, reduce overcrowding in prisons and provide adult offenders with the tools they need to resist criminal behavior.