A 10 or 16 week program, that meets once a week, following a structured curriculum to deal with identification as well as management of emotion and cognitive restructuring.
Psycho-educational program for clients who consistently make bad decisions in their life. This course is designed to offer tools to make better decisions and to better handle obstacles. This course would be beneficial but not limited to clients who have charged related to shoplifting, property destruction, forgery, or theft. Participants will have the opportunity to identify negative patterns and implement new tools and behaviors to minimize negative outcomes. Eight hours to complete.
Topics Covered: Stress Management, Value Clarification, Self Esteem, Community Responsibility, Positive Choices, Budgeting, Communication Decision Making, Personal Responsibility
Electronic monitoring allows a person who is sentenced to a jail term to spend the time at their home or work as an alternative to being physically confined to jail. Electronic Home Detention is monitored using an electronic sensor device and linked by telephone lines to a central computer, which emits a continuous signal. The program is an inexpensive means to fulfill obligations to the court. Person will be monitored based on terms of their sentence, and activity will be reported to the supervising agency if required.
18 groups a week, Monday through Thursday, and Saturday mornings in order to provide flexible, as well as accessible, services for our clients. Gender specific domestic violence groups are also available.
This service is personalized for either mandated or self-referred clients. It is recommended for individuals requiring 1:1 services or for those with issues that would be difficult to be addressed in a group setting. Some issues of concern would include: marital difficulties, sexual abuse, grief and loss, divorce recovery, depression, anxiety, and medication monitoring.
Extensive screenings and assessments focusing on the mental status, as well as the functioning level of the client, are offered. A two page report of findings and recommendations is then provided. That report will be made available to the referral source. This is not a psychiatric evaluation.
Some clients with suspended drivers licenses are required by the MVD to complete an MVD revocation pack, which includes being screened by a licensed substance abuse counselor. We offer these screenings as one of our services.
Class for young people that is tailored to age group of participants. Biological and physiological changes may promote risk taking behavior which can lead to early age alcohol and drug experimentation. The goal is to influence knowledge and motivate young people while providing the skills for better choices and quality of life. Five hours to complete.
A 26, 32, or 52 week program following an evidence-based treatment curriculum for offenders. Each person is interviewed prior to starting treatment and completes a domestic violence interview pre-test to prepare for outcome measures.
A 36 or 52 week program following an approved curriculum for domestic violence offenders with felony chargers.
A 16 to 20 week group program for individuals who have completed a treatment program and/or are currently sober and needing to gain relapse prevention skills. Each individual will complete a relapse prevention plan to take with them to assist in future prevention initiatives.
Our screenings are evaluated by a licensed therapist who conducts a thorough assessment, utilizing various testing instruments, exhausting historical background and current status in order to provide the most accurate treatment recommendations.
Program is designed for individuals with charges related to petty theft. The program is designed to explore the personal and social ramifications of illegal theft behavior. Clients are given the opportunity to explore their own values, life goals, and personal stressors that may have been factors involved in the shoplifting behavior. Six hours to complete. Topics Covered: Personal Responsibility, Consequences of Choices, Goal Setting, Stress Management, Values Assessment, Budgeting, Wants vs. Needs, Self Esteem
24, 36, or 48 sessions for individuals who are screened and identified for current substance abuse treatments. An evidence-based curriculum and program design are utilized for each level of care assigned to each client. Pre and post tests will be administered to gauge the level of change and risk factors based on client feedback.
This is a one time class dealing with addictions at every level. It will review cause and effect as well as alternate coping skills and services that someone struggling with addictions could turn to in order to help them overcome struggles.
Much like the substance abuse education class, this weekend class explores the cause and effect relationship between alcohol and abuse/dependence and DUI, as well as alternatives and services that can help an individual avoid the same patterns in the future.