Thinking for a Change (T4C)

Thinking for a Change (T4C) is an integrated, cognitive behavioral change program for an offender that includes cognitive restructuring, social skills development, and development of problem-solving skills. There are 25 lessons designed for small groups. T4C can be used as one option in a continuum of interventions to address the cognitive, social, and emotional needs of offender populations.


Program Facilitators:

Jeremiah Mowery at 740-833-2972
Holly Ratliff at 740-833-2976
Brittany Webb at 740-833-2968
Holly Climer at 740-833-2775

Justice Reinvestment Incentive Grant (JRIG)

The Justice Reinvestment Incentive Program is designed to address the needs of the community in a manner that promotes public safety, and reduces recidivism rates. JRIG is a comprehensive program that focuses on offenders who have a history of drug and/or alcohol abuse along with anti-social tendencies. The program is designed to meet the offender where he/she is in the recovery process. JRIG offers services that will help guide a client on to a sober, healthy, and productive path. As with any program, it is up to the participant to make the appropriate changes for a sober lifestyle, and with support from the JRIG staff, the transition may be smoother.


  • Evaluate offenders with drug/alcohol history;
  • Provide comprehensive treatment program that will address problems associated with drug/alcohol abuse;
  • Reduce recidivism rates;
  • Reduce jail overcrowding;
  • Make referrals for the dually diagnosed individual, and
  • Make referrals for appropriate services based on individual need.


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