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For more information Additional information may be obtained by contacting: Civil Commitment Unit for Sexual Offenders (CCUSO)1251 West Cedar Loop Cherokee, Iowa 51012(712) 225-6943 Structure of the organization The CCUSO program is operated by the Iowa Department of Human Services, under the directorship of Jerry R.

Foxhoven and under the leadership of Richard Shults, Administrator, Division of Mental Health and Disability Services. Psychiatric Security Specialist (PSS) staff, who are supervised by Treatment Program Supervisor (TPS) staff, provide direct-care services to the individuals served.

Inpatient treatment is indefinite, with the length of commitment dependent upon the time required for each individual to complete the criteria for advancement through five (5) treatment phases.

The program was created by statute in 1998 and began operations on April 21, 1999.

Patients’ participation and treatment engagement are also assessed after each group/individual therapy session, and through periodic risk assessments.

Other information Since the program began in 1999 and through June 30, 2017, 42 patients have left CCUSO with 30 released when the court determined they no longer met commitment criteria.

Telephone Services Patients are not permitted to call their victims (or intended victims), family members of victims, registered sex offenders, individuals civilly committed as a sexually violent predator, current inmates, individuals who have requested not to receive calls from the patient, or any individual or business that is considered counter-therapeutic.

Currently, all patients are male with ages ranging from 22 to 74 years of age. The average patient had one (1) or more chronic medical conditions and was on several prescribed medications.

The program's average census is fluid; however there were 114 individuals in the program as of June, 30 2017.

Patients’ participation and treatment engagement are also assessed after each group/individual therapy session, and through periodic risk assessments.

Other information Since the program began in 1999 and through June 30, 2017, 42 patients have left CCUSO with 30 released when the court determined they no longer met commitment criteria.

Telephone Services Patients are not permitted to call their victims (or intended victims), family members of victims, registered sex offenders, individuals civilly committed as a sexually violent predator, current inmates, individuals who have requested not to receive calls from the patient, or any individual or business that is considered counter-therapeutic.

Currently, all patients are male with ages ranging from 22 to 74 years of age. The average patient had one (1) or more chronic medical conditions and was on several prescribed medications.

The program's average census is fluid; however there were 114 individuals in the program as of June, 30 2017.

The therapists, who are supervised by the Clinical Director, provide direct clinical services.