Our team at the county jail has pioneered several new inmate programs aimed at reducing recidivism and providing opportunities designed to help people lead productive lives. Vocational training includes food management, printing and design, as well as our budding agriculture program, barber training, and art therapy. Additionally, our partnership with Treasure Coast Community Health (TCCH) has allowed for improved health care, including resources immediately available to inmates upon release. This new approach to medical treatment is anticipated to play a key role in reducing the chances of a person returning to jail after their release. This partnership with TCCH makes us one of only two jails in the state partnered with a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center. While other jails around the state are dumping taxpayer money into for-profit inmate healthcare, we are finding new ways to save tax dollars and reduce recidivism through holistic care.