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GRRGender Responsive Rehabilitation (GRR):
GRR addresses the specific needs of women inmates, and is based on sound scientific research into trauma, abuse, poverty and other factors that lead women into addiction and criminal behavior.
GOGGetting Out by Going In (GOGI):
For male and female inmates is committed to nurturing the internal change that comes from positive education and self-empowerment. Yoga and self-help programming are included.
IPPIncarcerated Parenting Program (IPP):
Through the IPP program, visits between minor children and their incarcerated parents are facilitated.
IMPACTIMPACT Program:
Inmates in this program are selected by designated Drug Courts in the County and participate in a twelve-step curriculum, which is partially based upon the tenets of the Narcotics Anonymous program.
EBILogoColor-SmlSpiritual Growth Programs:
Los Angeles County is home to persons of nearly every nationality, ethnicity and religious belief in the world, our inmates reflect the same diversity. The Jail Chaplaincy Program now includes 290 ordained or licensed chaplains and more than 1,800 religious or spiritual volunteers representing major faith groups as well as lesser-known sects and denominations.
Malachi MenMalachi Men:
Operated by the Grace Baptist Church in Santa Clarita, Malachi Men is a 12-week Bible study course designed to train men how to be Godly men, husbands and fathers.
Returning HeartsReturning Hearts:
Returning Hearts unites children with their inmate fathers and grandfathers to begin the long road of breaking the cycles of crime and incarceration.
The Urban Ministry InstituteThe Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI):
TUMI is a seminary-style religious educational program designed to train pastors and church leaders among inmates who demonstrate spiritual leadership.
School of MinistriesSchool of Ministries:
A short-term seminary program for inmate students who wish to prepare for a career as a pastor or minister. It features Bible studies, research techniques, and public speaking, and is taught by five pastoral assistants. The curriculum comprises 120 classroom hours over a three-month period.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse CoursesDrug 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.
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