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-S-EBI logoEducation Based Incarceration programs available to CRDF inmates:
Below, an overview of EBI programs available to our inmate population.
S-ABCmotherWithChildAdults Bonding with Children: the ABC Program
The Adults Bonding with Children (ABC) program allows inmates to build and maintain a parent relationship during their time in jail. This program not only is beneficial to the female inmate, but gives the children an opportunity to share a connection with his or her mother.
-S-class2Adult Basic Education
This series of courses is offered to students preparing for the formal GED preparation course. It features a systematic “building block” approach to development of improved reading, writing, and math skills.
-S-GEDcompletionGED Completion
For inmate students who have not yet achieved a high school diploma, this program offers an alternative diploma in the form of a state-approved equivalency series in the areas of language arts (reading, writing, and comprehension skills), mathematics, science, and social studies.
-S-computerclassComputer Operations
Covers the basics of Microsoft Office 2010 suite operations, Word, PowerPoint, Access, and Excel.
-S-cookingclass2Culinary Arts
Active training in food services, baking, cooking and the full spectrum of food preparation.
-S-sewing1Sewing Class
Provides training in basic sewing techniques. Participating inmates learn to operate sewing machinery in the creation of dolls—which are donated to inner-city schools across the county—and various articles of clothing.
-S-class3Drug and Alcohol Abuse Courses
These include several programs designed according to the Twelve-Step model, such as Celebrate Recovery, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and others.
-S-class1IMPACT Drug Treatment Program
The inmates who are involved in the IMPACT Program are selected by designated Drug Courts within the Municipal and Superior courts of Los Angeles County. Inmates must have approval by an authorized Drug Court, the contact service providers (IMPACT Center) and the Sheriff’s Department, to participate in a twelve-step curriculum partially based upon the tenets of the Narcotics Anonymous program. When an inmate completes the program, the IMPACT staff makes a recommendation to the court for follow-up monitoring, which can last up to eighteen months. The monitoring may include drug testing, non-custodial supervision, employment authorization, and continued participation in the twelve-step program.
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