Current Programs

Education and Programs to Reduce Recidivism

  • Special Education 15 (Teaching individuals with IEP’s or Special Needs)
  • Transition 10 (Teaching inmates not fitting normal criteria’s) Ex. Low reading ability by not Special Ed.
  • General Education 72 - Earned GED’s 8
  • Career Education 105 (Focuses on Careers, Health, Interviewing process, History etc.)
  • Career Readiness Certificate 7 (Preparing inmates for Workforce Skills)
  • Alcoholics Anonymous 90 (Focuses on recovery and detoxification)
  • Substance abuse 468 (Provide treatment methods to help overcome additive symptoms)
  • Anger Management 451(Understanding life triggers and how to deal with them)
  • Community Health 85 (Teaches prevention/recognition of venereal diseases and STD’s)
  • Seeking Safety 286 (Understanding beginning trauma & coping with them)
  • Re-Entry – Life Skills 184 males and 20 females (Preparing inmates for readjustment into society)
  • Re-Entry Pathways From bondage 50 (Building resumes’, Identifying needs for release into society)
  • Re-Entry Mobil Counseling 65 (Assist Individuals with mental health issues even upon release)
  • Parenting 568 (Teaches inmates the proper way to motivate and discipline youthful children)
  • Females Building Bridges 96 (Reconnecting mother and child through recorded readings of baby books)
  • Women Empowerment Workshop 73 (Helping women to believe in themselves – decision making)
  • Building Resilience in the Community “BRC” 45 – Building Self-esteem and Fortitude
  • BOOM 82 Domestic Violence on Women
  • Juvenile Life Skills/Gang Prevention 77 (Teaches the youth coping skills and better decision making and effects of various topics: gang violence, interviewing process)
  • Juvenile Mental Health 40 (Group counseling sessions)
  • Trauma 20 (Returning Class) Exploring the extreme stress or PTSD of the past and developing coping skills.