The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office offers an exceptional approach to rehabilitation by providing vocational, educational, and treatment based programs to people currently incarcerated. The goal of providing programs to this population is to reduce the rate of recidivism and to support the currently incarcerated in their efforts to successfully reintegrate back into the community.
Some of the programs offered include: College of the Redwoods course, substance abuse education, AA/NA groups, motivational enhancement therapy, jail ministry services, Native American talking circles, resume building classes and much more. In addition to these programs, the currently incarcerated are also offered opportunities to develop case plans to assist them in reaching their goals of successful reintegration.
Many programs offered at the Correctional Facility are volunteer based. We rely on our more than 90 programs volunteers to bring new and exciting opportunities for growth to our inmate population. You can help be part of the change in our community!
To propose a program for our facility or to volunteer, contact Sgt. Delia Garcia at 707-441-5116 or email.
Intern with the Programs Division
Programs interns assist in the development of reintegration plans for incarcerated individuals, while helping coordinate programs for residents of the facility. This is an unpaid internship. Interns may receive college/university credit for the successful completion of the internship.