Friday, March 29, 2013

Center to help male inmates
A portion of an 800-thousand dollar crime reduction grant for Johnson City will be helping male inmates combat going back to jail by helping give then the tools to break the cycle. A day reporting center will start operating in July. The plan is for fifteen men to go through the program. It will be three phases, one with conseling, community service, and then the men will have the rest of the program tailored to their individual needs. Each participant will be in the program from nine to twelve months. Counselors from Frontier Health will offer a number of treatment services to help the men. They are hoping by giving the men the tools needed they can start on a new path that does not involve the cycle of continued returns to jail. (CC)

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