Freedom Ain't Free...
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By providing inmates with access to Business Readiness and Career Readiness opportunities before they go back out into society, they will feel more equipped and empowered to handle the pressures of re-acclimating to society.
This course is for people who would like to develop better social skills & communication skills in any category of your life; work, family, personal life, etc.
court accepted domestic violence, anger management, deferred entry of judgment, batterers intervention, drug and alcohol awareness, criminal behavior modification, divorce, high-conflict divorce, parenting co-parenting, high-conflict parenting, family violence, shoplifting theft prevention and juvenile betterment programs along with drug / alcohol assessments, anger management assessments and DV/BIP assessments.
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The course consists of two 30-minute modules. Each module has real-life examples, provides information and guidance regarding the federal and state law concerning the prevention of sexual harassment, as well as protections provided to employees.
The BLUEPRENT economic impact analysis examines the effect of the business model on the economy in a specified area, ranging from a single neighborhood, prison to the entire nation.
BLUEPRENT measures changes in Business creation, Job readiness, Financial inclusiveness, and Public Policy.
In the USA, roughly 7 million children – have at least one parent who is incarcerated.
About 25% of women released from prison are arrested for a new crime within six months.
Research shows that children with incarcerated parents maybe three times as likely to engage in criminal activity than children whose parents are not in jail.
In 2017, the U.S. federal prison system oversaw 187,910 inmates – 7,831 of which had a serious mental illness.
The goal of the BLUEPRENT is to equip the organization and to provide offenders with needed services in order to reduce recidivism and improve public safety.
These Psychometric Assessment tools are designed to aid correctional administrators in evaluating and improving their release planning practices.
The Reentry Support Training equips residents and service providers with tools to support previously incarcerated people in reentering the community.
Vertically integrated resources span substance abuse counselors, mental health professionals, and probation and parole officers, to name a few.
The term RECIDICON® is a neologism by Malcolm Allen, who realized that there was no conception of the way in which he coaches, trains, and work with ex-offenders reentering society can correctly describe.
RECIDICON® was engineered to eradicate illegal and/or socially destructive behavior. Through a synthesis of training, coaching, workshop and systemic resources curated for each participant.
Our blog is updated at least once a week with the latest tips and insights that focus on assisting incarcerated individuals with a successful transition to their community after they are released.
Freedom Ain't Free...
I got released on a friday, I was back in my cell by Monday
I paid my debt to society. What about the interest?