Pride provides a variety of instructional courses that utilize
cognitive/behavioral strategies aimed at facilitating behavior change. All
courses are facilitated by trained, experienced personnel in a classroom
setting. Convenient evening and weekend classes are available. You can
register and pre-pay on line and ensure your spot in class.
This course is designed for individuals that have been charged with theft
associated charges. The class is four hours in length. Theft Abatement
addresses the specific behaviors that led to the arrest and challenges the
participants to take responsibility for their criminal behavior as a method of
reducing recidivism. In a study of participants completing the
program, Classes available in
Palm Beach (561-615-0767) & Pasco Counties (727-847-3411). Enroll on
line or over the phone.
This is an eight hour curriculum developed for the individual with felony
charges and/or convictions or for the individual that has already attended a
Level I program. This is an interactive course that not only examines
individual behavior, but addresses its impact on victims and society as a
whole. Classes currently
available only in Palm Beach County (561-615-0767). Enroll on line or
over the phone.Enroll Now
This four hour course is designed for non-violent misdemeanor offenders. It
challenges participants to assess their thoughts and beliefs on behaviors that
led to criminal activity. The course outlines a plan for changing attitudes as
a model for changing behaviors.
This program is currently only available in Chatham County Georgia.
For registration information, please call 912-356-0041.
For more information
about our Chatham County Services, click here.
This is a four hour course is appropriate for most first offense alcohol
and drug charges. The course explores diagnostic criteria for substance
abuse and dependence. In addition to personal identification, the course
presents information about a variety of abused substances.
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