Even those who eventually return to jail or prison may well have made substantial tangible gains from participation in the program. I’m referring to productive employment, education, family stability and support, access to health care (including mental health), as well as significant reduction in criminal activity.
Tag: addicted offenders
I like to say that most of the conflicts are a tempest in a teapot — the problem being that you are in the teapot along with the tempest.Read More
Having a judge or a parole officer holding the big stick on them may be enough to get them into treatment, but it’s usually not enough motivation to get them beyond the minimum of compliance.Read More
Some members are talkative enough, but others participate minimally and a couple are openly hostile and challenging.Read More