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In Phase II, the Exposure Phase, participants have already begun attending court on a bi-weekly basis. Participants check in with the MCSAC Case Manager according to the preset schedule. The MCSAC Team reviews the road map throughout all phases and makes any necessary changes. Toward the end of the Exposure Phase, the participant will meet with the MCSAC Coordinator to develop a road map for the Action Phase.

The Exposure Phase is completed when:

  • The MCSAC participant has accomplished at least two-thirds of the Exposure Road Map objectives.
  • When the Action Road Map has been developed and approved by the MCSAC Coordinator.

Rewards for finishing this phase include:

  • Moving to the Action Phase and a customized reward.

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