The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) disciplines criminals and helps prepare them for life after prison. The agency manages the institutional custody of roughly 170,000 adult offenders and around 2,600 juvenile offenders, and provides supervision of some 125,000 parolees across the state. Services include substance abuse treatment, mental health care, and transitional aftercare housing. CDCR also offers education and vocational training, including high school, college, and special education programs, for youth and adults. The department works in partnership with other agencies to ensure parolees' successful re-integration in the community. CDCR has a budget of nearly $10 billion.