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Detention, Probation, and Day Reporting

Part of our comprehensive curriculum, these programs are suitable for detention, day reporting, neighborhood centers, and group homes. Programs can be tailored by age and gender.

Whether you're a group home with just a few kids or a packed county detention facility, we've got a program that'ís right for you and your budget!

We can help you provide a broader range of behavioral health, substance abuse treatment, gang prevention/intervention, and educational services. Our performance-tested resources are comprehensive, flexible, and affordable. All are written at a high-interest, easy-reading level that can accommodate a wide range of reading skills.

This page lists some of our most popular packages in use in detention centers, group homes, and day reporting programs. These packages are proven effective, ready-to-go, and perfect for a variety of needs.

But if you can't find something that is the right fit, we can create a customized program that exactly meets the needs of your population and your budget! Simply fill out our phone consultation form and we'll get back to you with the right package.

The New Freedom Flex Curriculum

Approximately 23 hours of programming to maximize flexibility for a relatively short program. These materials are easily expanded with additional material or activities, and can be used independently from each other.

These materials offer maximum flexibility for a relatively short program. They can be expanded with additional material or activities, and used independently from each other. Ideal for a juvenile correctional situation, the workbooks are:

  • What's Going On In My Life?
  • Key Elements of Change
  • Problems at Home
  • Let's Talk About Feelings
  • You Have Options
  • Gangs
  • Coping Skills for Emergencies

This can also be used in probation programs.

Preparation for Treatment

The Preparation for Treatment program includes 20 hours in six workbooks designed specifically as a preparation for treatment program for juveniles in detention, day reporting programs, neighborhood centers, halfway houses, and group homes. What Do YOU Think? scenarios available.

This curriculum was designed specifically as a preparation for treatment program for juveniles. It is ideal for preparing clients for more advanced treatment settings. The workbooks include:

  • What Am I Doing Here?
  • While You Are Here
  • Treatment Readiness Activities
  • Whatís Treatment All About?
  • Introduction To Self-Discovery
  • Whatís Going On In My Life?

This can also be used in probation programs.

Self-Management Curriculum

20 hours/sessions with session openers, core lessons based on risk factors, closing applications, and step-by-step lesson plans. For short-stay populations in day reporting, detention centers, halfway houses, neighborhood centers, and group homes, these materials are flexible enough to allow participants to enter or exit at any point.

This curriculum was designed for short-stay populations and for easy delivery. Each lesson follows the same plan with the goal of delivering a sound coping skill called Stop-Think-Act. Each lesson is fully scripted so that staff with minimum experience can successfully deliver it.

  • Openers present discussion scenarios involving youth in detention centers
  • Lessons also scenarios in detention settings
  • Closing applications present a similar scenario outside of detention

This can also be used in probation programs.

Risks and Decisions

Program covers a wide range of critical risk factors in 30 hours of programming, divided into six parts (five sessions each).

In six weeks, this program covers a range of critical risk factors for delinquency, violence, criminal behavior, and gang involvement. Fully- scripted lesson plans and discussion techniques make the lessons ideal for motivated personnel. The program includes DVD-based lessons, role-plays, and a two-session choose-your-own-adventure style Action Maze. Risk factors include:

  • Friends and Peer Pressure
  • High Risk People, Places, Things, and Situations
  • Family Risk Factors
  • Personal Risk Factors
  • Internal Risk Factors
  • Criminal Thinking Risk Factors

This can also be used in probation programs.


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