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Other Classes

  • Program Opportunities

  • Alcohol Chemical Treatment Series (A.C.T.S.) Drug Education for adults on Wednesdays @ 6:00 pm Fridays @ 6:00 pm for Juvenile

  • Anger Management  for Adults on Wednesdays @ 6:00 pm Fridays @ 6:00 pm for Juveniles

  • Employment Development

  • Finance Management

  • Marriage

  • Parenting on Sundays @ 12:30 pm (Adults & Juveniles)

Employment Development

In a classroom setting using a curriculum based workbook, we explore the cause and effect of
anger.  The workbook will lead the participant through the journey of themselves, their family, and
others while providing skills and techniques to control anger and use it in a constructive and
creative manner.

Anger Management

Alcohol and drug education program offering a holistic approach that encompasses the
emotional, physical, and spiritual aspects of an individual.  Each lesson contains educational
information covering the physical, psychological, and emotional changes associated with alcohol
or chemical abuses.  Visual illustrations and historical applications are applied to each lesson to
enhance the education and understanding of each class participant. Each participant will, in turn,
be able to relate the lessons into problem solving areas of their own lives.

A.C.T.S. (Alcohol Chemical Treatment Series) Drug Education

You will create resumes, and practice interviewing skills during this course.  The student is also exposed to personal development skills with emphasis on proper dress and appearance.

Finance Management Coming Soon.....

Involvement in this course teaches the student how to open a checking account and gives the
student the opportunity to learn how to prepare a budget.  They also learn to write checks, the
proper use of ATM and credit cards, and how to reconcile their check register against a bank
statement.  How to apply for a loan, interest rates, and the importance of learning to live within
their means is also an integral part of this class.

Marriage Coming Soon.....

During this workshop, the student is exposed to the elements required to build positive
relationships with family and others.  By utilizing open discussions, the various facets of positive
relationships are acquired.  Other topics include domestic violence, work place conflict, and
positive parenting skills.


An interactive based curriculum support setting that emphasizes how to take an active ”in role” in
raising children by meeting the child’s physical, emotional, and mental needs

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