Community & Personal Responsibility Training (CPR) is a two week course held at RISE Monday-Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm.
CPR is meant to provide formerly incarcerated individuals with the tools needed to function as a productive member of society. Through readings, an active dialogue and classroom assignments, the CPR course allows participants to explore the behavioral and cognitive development skills needed to re-integrate back into society. The course is based on an interactive model that allows participants to interact and build upon one another to create re-integration plans.
Areas of Study Include:
- Behavioral and Cognitive Development
- Citizenship Comprehension
- Family Strengthening
- Financial Literacy
- Life Skills Training
- Re-Integration Planning