The Day Reporting Center of Butler County offers programming and services for its court-involved, at-risk populations. Our services educate and meet a client’s needs for rehabilitation during probation. This type of rehabilitation can help an individual avoid jail time and can lead to a safer community.

If an individual is on probation and qualifies for the Day Reporting Program, they can participate in one of the following educational classes or groups:

Misdemeanor Jail Reduction (MJR)
  • Anger management
  • Batterers Group

 

Felony Diversion Cases
  • Anger management
  • Batterers Group
  • Theft Class
  • Chemical Dependency Education “COUNTERMEASURES”
  • Substance Abuse Education
  • Life skills/Corrective Thinking

 

Day Reporting currently offers day andĀ evening adult intensive outpatient programs.

Day Reporting works with clients on a sliding scale fee structure and receives some funding to serve the indigent population of Butler County.

 

For more information on Day Reporting, please contact:

Steve Cahill, LICDC, Director
(513) 868-5105

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