The Custody to Community Transitional Re-Entry Program (CCTRP) is a residential treatment program for women who will make the transition back home after being incarcerated. Women can who are with a minimum of 45 days and a maximum of 30 months of being released can spend up to two years in the program, where they receive a range of rehabilitative services that assist with alcohol and drug recovery, employment, education, housing, family reunification, and social support.
In Winter 2019, Bryonn Bain offered “Spoken Word: Creative Writing and Performance,” which was cross listed with African-American Studies and the Department of World Arts Culture/Dance.
In Spring 2019, Audrey Harris taught a one unit course “Liberating Fictions: Writing the Latin American Microcuento,” offered by Chicana and Chicano Studies.
In Spring 2019, Katherine King taught a one unit course, “Wonder Women: Myth & Society,” offered by the Department of Comparative Literature.
In Fall 2019, a series of workshops were offered by UCLA Professors and Community Partners.
In Winter and Spring 2020, all courses and programs were postponed due to COVID-19.
For Fall 2020, a series of workshops is being offered by UCLA Professors and Community Partners.