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Program Goals The Multimodal Community-Based Prisoner Reentry Program is a community-based prisoner reentry program that provides substance abuse treatment to offenders who have been placed on 24-month community correctional supervision. The program targets medium- to high-risk offenders and seeks to maximize participants’ learning and motivation, while catering to their strengths. Overall the ...
Program Goals, Target Population The Amity In-Prison Therapeutic Community (TC) provides intensive treatment to male inmates with substance abuse problems. Participants volunteer for the program; all participants must reside in the dedicated housing unit during the last 9 to 12 months of their prison term. The Amity TC is located in ...
Program Goals/Target PopulationParents as Teachers is an early childhood, parent education, and family support program serving families from pregnancy until their children enter kindergarten. The program targets families from all socioeconomic backgrounds and from rural, urban, and suburban communities. It is not intended as an intervention for parents or families ...
Program Goals CASASTART (Striving Together to Achieve Rewarding Tomorrows), formerly known as Children at Risk, is a community-based, intensive case management model designed to keep high-risk 11- to 13-year-old youths free of substance abuse and delinquent involvement. Specifically, CASASTART seeks to prevent and reduce drug and alcohol use, promote good school ...
Program Goals The New South Wales Prison Methadone Program provides prison-based methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) for incarcerated injecting drug users (IDUs) dependent on opioids. The goals of the prison-based MMT program are to reduce recidivism, prevent the spread of HIV and hepatitis in prison, and encourage the continuation of treatment in ...
Program GoalsThe Boston Reentry Initiative (BRI) is an interagency public safety initiative that helps adult offenders who pose the greatest risks of committing violent crime when released from jail transition back to their neighborhoods. The goal of BRI is to reduce recidivism among recently released high-risk violent offenders by providing ...
Program Goals, Target Population KEY/Crest is a corrections- and community-based multistage substance abuse treatment program for drug-involved offenders. The Delaware Department of Correction (DOC) provides a continuum of primary (in prison), secondary (work release), and tertiary (aftercare) therapeutic community (TC) treatment for drug-involved offenders. Each stage in the continuum corresponds to ...
Program Goals STARS (Start Taking Alcohol Risks Seriously) for Families is a health promotion program designed to prevent alcohol use among at-risk middle and junior high school youths. The goal is to postpone alcohol use until adulthood. The program aims to identify the various risk factors that youths are exposed to and ...
Program Goals/Target Population The Forever Free program at the California Institution for Women (CIW) began as the first comprehensive prison-based substance abuse treatment program in the United States for incarcerated women. The program works to reduce the incidence of substance abuse, the number of in-prison disciplinary actions, and recidivism following release ...
Program Goals Modified Therapeutic Communities (MTCs) focus on offenders with mental illness and chemical abuse (MICA) disorders. They adapt existing models of therapeutic community (TC) programs for substance users for the growing population of offenders who present co-occurring disorders—that is, individuals with one or more mental health disorders combined with one ...
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