Decision Points is an open-entry cognitive behavior intervention program designed for delivery with youth and adult populations in contact with the justice system. The program is built on the principle of the “Strategy of Choices”, and equips participants with alternative ways to examine their thinking and the related actions that lead them into trouble.
Some anger management participants are court-mandated to take classes as a condition of probation, or by their employer. These are individuals who generally are not seeking traditional mental health services, but rather an educational approach. Their freedom and/or livelihood may depend on the completion of a recognized anger management program or classes.
Cognitive-Behavioral course offers a more traditional approach to DV treatment as well as to reconsider the connection between DV and anger management. This treatment approach to domestic violence focuses upon achieving ‘safety for all’ and also includes anger management skills and techniques for individuals’ future relationships. In addition to the Cognitive-Behavioral DV training course, there are workbooks and curriculum available to help support and guide you through the process.
Some participants are court-mandated to take classes as a condition of probation or court action. These are individuals who generally are not seeking traditional mental health services, but rather an educational approach. Their freedom and/or livelihood may depend on the completion of a recognized parent training program or classes.
We are always looking to develop partnerships with established adults who are interested in building and maintaining intentional relationships with our program participants. Qualified mentors will be equipped and receive ongoing support to provide guiding and encouraging relationships with Formerly Incarcerated Persons who have a real need to connect with and build positive, productive relationships that promote good decision-making, goal-setting, and long-term planning.
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CMNRP’s primary focus is centered on the person(s) and maximizing their potential to take ownership of their re-entry process. The program is grounded in relationship with the individual, which is built within the context of our transitional housing.
House rules focus on responsibility, accountability, and interpersonal relational dynamics. We maintain close relationships with supervising officers, which allows us to support our client’s efforts to lay and build upon a stable foundation for long term success.
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