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.
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.
Case Manager: Kim Cooperider