Keep costs low.
Software and hardware to connect programs and their participants from anywhere.
On average, case managers spend 75% of their day on administrative tasks. Automate your workflow to help alleviate caseloads and get more time back.
Your case managers are too valuable to be kept from direct participant contact. Help them get back to being the most efficient by communicating with their participants remotely.
How You Scale
Reconnect Community has integrations ready to go with multiple case management solutions. We also have a fully documented data exchange so we can easily integrate with the tools you already use, including case management, court scheduling, and drug test lab information systems.
Put accountability on auto-pilot
Your participants interact with Reconnect Community every day, and you get notified when there’s an issue. Late check in? Out after curfew? Didn’t go to their AA meeting? Positive breathalyzer? Your staff will be notified immediately.
Reconnect Community starts at under 20¢/day for daily check- ins, messaging, curfew checks, court reminders, drug test randomization, and more. Add an ankle monitor for just $1/day.
Increase program success
The strongest indicator of long-term success is program participation— being where they’re supposed to be when they’re supposed to be there and checking in when they’re supposed to. We’ll notify you as soon as a participant starts to slip up so you can get them back on track quickly, freeing up your time to focus on clients who need extra support.
Reconnect sat down with a handful of our customers at a conference to hear how their lives have improved since implementing our solution. By increasing automation and remote capabilities within their department, they’ve been able to improve the outcomes for both their program staff and participants.
Check out our video and then get a quote to see for yourself!
Public Benefit Corporation
Reconnect is a Public Benefit Corporation (PBC). This means that we put our mission into every decision we make as a company. Our mission is to have a positive impact on those who struggle within the criminal justice system by driving the reduction of incarceration, recidivism, and associated costs.
We’re here to help, not to saddle the most vulnerable members of society with untenable costs. We are using technology to restore communities and move forward together.
What They’re Saying
From Our Customers
“Not only does video supervision make probation officers more efficient, but if the individual being monitored is holding a device and I can talk to them on break, their job isn’t at risk. This is a win/win.”
“I tell everyone that I will probably quit my job if I have to go back to life before Reconnect.”
“[Your video platform] is the easiest thing. I don’t know why I thought we needed an hour to learn that.”
Remote Best Practices for Community Supervision
Learn how COVID-19 has brought an increased demand for scalable community supervision tactics. We examine the best practices to promote a remote culture while still providing a personal connection between program staff and participants.
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