|Did you hear about the Georgia DOC presentation at ACA?|
At ACA on Saturday January 11th, the Georgia DOC presented How Georgia Does Business: The Evidence-Based Prison Project: Running Safer And More Secure Prisons Through Security Threat Groups and Offender Management. Their presentation included information about a Combination Self-study and Group Gang Program we created for their Evidence-Based Prison that has had a remarkable success! Here are links to the program models they use:
The Male version The Female version
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— These Core Program resources specifically designed for corrections and jails can serve as a basis for a system-wide program addressing internal and external triggers, feelings of anger, and issues of aggression or violence
Pre-Release Preparation and Community Integration
— These programs– specifically designed for corrections and jails– are designed to prepare participants about to leave residential and correctional settings for successful release and community reintegration
Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) and Extended Outpatient Programs (EOPs)
— Resources support Substance Abuse, Behavioral Health, Dual Diagnosis, and Anger Management programs up to 1 year in length
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resources address anger management, aggression, and violence issues for
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Programs — extensive workbook-based
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— comprehensive treatment planning and support resources
counselor's tools, client and counselor worksheets, MI
elements, and workbooks. Open group/Open admissions 10-session Topical Mental Heath resources include
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and new elements for seriously mentally ill populations, including
psychotic spectrum and mood disorders.
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Resources — core programs,
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Resources For At-Risk And Adjudicated Youth
— comprehensive resource options support community programs., probation, gang prevention/intervention, alternative schools, detention center, and long-term residential correctional settings.
Resources For Juvenile Probation And Community Programs
— resources for community programs for at-risk youth, young people on probation,alternative schools, and gang prevention/interventionprograms.
— Spanish language substance abuse treatment and other program
resources. Una Libertad Nueva includes comprehensive programs for
adults and juveniles, including over 60 workbooks (available in both
English and Spanish versions). Also appropriate for ad seg populations.
— Resources for improving life skills. Pathways to Daily Living and
Interpersonal Communications Skills options include more than 100
one-hour lessons, with detailed lesson plans, client worksheets, and
skill-building activities. Supplemented by Problem Solving program
resources and our Vocational Readiness/Employment Preparation program.
— a full range of programming to fit the specific needs of jails, from
Substance Abuse to Mental Health to special programming for
Administrative Segregation to Transition. Everything is delivered in a
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Our resources address critical personal, environmental, and
community risk factors,
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All our resources are solidly based on evidence-based
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- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Skill-Building for conflict resolution and violence
- Social Learning Model: behavior rehearsal, role-playing
- Stages of change model (Prochaska, DiClemente, Freeman,
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)
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review the program overviews and sample materials
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quotes, custom program models, and any assistance you need in
choosing the right materials for your programs.
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