Transition Education Program
- Incarceration is a price one must pay for violating society's rules.
- The achievement of positive and permanent change requires the involvement of the corrections system, education, community, and public resources.
- Positive changes depend on a combination of program components begun during incarceration and continued in the community upon the offender's release.
- Assess, understand, and address dysfunctional criminal thinking.
- Provide curricula choices that are developmentally appropriate, self-selected, and interdependent.
- Use incarceration as an opportunity to equip the offender with the behavior, knowledge, and skills needed to reenter society as a productive member.
- Apply the correct and timely interventions, education, and productive work that will provide offenders with multiple opportunities for success.
- English As Second Language (ESL)
- GED Preparation
- Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI)
- General Assistance Screening
- Food Handler's Permit
- Back Injury Prevention
- Chemical Dependency Intervention
- Communications / Conflict Resolution
- Getting it Right
- Fit2BFathers Curriculum
- Anger Management
- Jail Industries: Volunteer Inmate Labor
- Work Release
- School Release
- Electronic Home Monitoring
- Satellite Monitoring