The Parent Project is a 10-week course for parents of strong willed out of control children. It teaches parents skills and tactics to deal with truancy, communication, drug & alcohol issues, gang intervention, defiant behavior, and also teaches communication skills for the parent. The purpose being to guide children to be responsible for their actions and to become productive members of society. The program is used nationally and is evidence based. Additional information regarding the program can be found at the website www.parentproject.com.
The Parent Project class will meet once a week for 10 weeks. The first six classes are scheduled for 3 hours each and the remaining four classes will be two hours in duration for a total of 26 hours class time.
The certified Parent Project facilitator is a retired Probation Corrections Officer who teaches the course, develops classes, coordinates with community partners and participates in community events to promote the project. He also keeps statistical information regarding each class, along with the parents’ comments of the effectiveness of the program.
This highly interactive four hour program encourages young drivers between the ages of 16 and 24 to take responsibility for their driving behavior. Skill practices and on the spot defensive driving techniques help change bravado to confidence.
The National Safety Councils “Alive at 25” course is designed to be an early intervention program to help prevent traffic violations, collisions, and/or fatalities. The focus is to help young drivers adopt safer driving practices, take responsibility for their behavior in various driving situations, and to be aware of many of the typical driving hazards.
ALIVE AT 25 TEACHES YOUNG ADULTS THAT:
• People in their age group are more likely to be hurt or killed in a vehicle crash
• Inexperience, distractions, and peer pressure cause unique driving hazards
• Speeding, alcohol and “party drugs” greatly increase their risk of injury or death
• As a driver or passenger, they can greatly reduce their risk by taking control
• Committing to changing their behavior makes personal, legal and financial sense
NCTI's Complete Behavior Change System gives you all of the tools and support you need to create an effective path to behavior change.
Since 1981, NCTI has been developing offense-specific, cognitive curricula and staff development training for use in the criminal justice system. NCTI is a leader of cognitive behavior change programs.
NCTI assists schools in two specific areas. The first area focuses on developing and providing offense-specific curricula designed to address the learning styles of the offender population, both adult and juvenile. NCTI’s cognitive curricula uses, as its foundation, a unique philosophical approach called the "Building Blocks for Behavioral Change", that align with evidence-Based research.
By utilizing each of the areas of NCTI's Complete Behavior Change System, a program will more closely align with the National Institute of Correction's Eight Key Principles of Effective Interventions. With nationally accredited facilitator certification training, evidence-based curricula, structured homework, and more, you can strengthen your program’s fidelity and see successful outcomes.
Classes for the young offenders between the ages of 11 through 17 are offered in Truancy, Anger Management, Drug & Alcohol, and Gang Intervention.
Classes are held for 1 and ½ hours, twice a week.
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