Stop the Cycle
- In our previous articles on mentoring we touched on listening and relationships. In this article I want to bring those tA recent update on the MNDOC website states that “The Minnesota Comprehensive Offender Reentry Plan works” (MCORP). YouA few years ago I got a call from a woman who wanted to thank me for the work I was doing with her husband. I thought it“But when Jesus heard this, He said, “It is not those who are healthy who need a physician, but those who are sick.” LesGo It Alone So far we have hit upon several sociological and psychological ideas, such as learning theory, social locati#5 – Keep Practicing Deceit As we have already discussed, if you are a typical offender or addict, you have been raisedChange – Talk or Walk? “Our dilemma is that we hate change and love it at the same time; what we really want is for thin#4: Assume You Are an Adult We have already discussed how learning theory works; in this part we will deal with an approWe believe individuals coming out of treatment and incarceration are better able to sustain a successful transition into the community when they are surrounded by all the support services they need. We also believe that the Christian community has an opportunity to come together to provide such services by working together, as well as other community based resources.
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Delivering all these services in a seamless fashion creates R3′s Circle of Success. The result is a measurable increase in sustained recovery and an overall reduction in the rate of recidivism.
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