NWRRC offers comprehensive case management services to all residents during their entire placement. Although NWRRC is a non-profit organization, it is important to remember that residents are still in the custody of the Bureau of Prisons or on supervised release until their release date; placement at NWRRC allows individuals to work, pay subsistence, attend treatment, and progressively earn passes to a release residence and eventually Home Confinement if eligible.
Residents will work with their assigned Case Manager to review the Resident Handbook, discuss questions and concerns, and develop an Individual Personal Plan (IPP). This plan includes identifying housing/release plans, employment, financial obligations and support systems. Goals will be identified and reviewed each week. The expectations for residents during their placement at NWRRC are clearly outlined in the Resident Handbook. Residents are responsible to follow all rules and regulations.