FSA, Productive Activities (PA)
THRESHOLD PROGRAM, Faith-based focused on values and life skills

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Program Description is taken from The First Step Act Approved Program Guide The Threshold Program is a non-residential faith-based reentry program open to both males and females. Like the more intensive Life Connections Program, it is open to those across the agency seeking grounding in positive values and responsibility, regardless of the presence of religious affiliation. Ordinarily, individuals should have less than 24 months from their proposed release dates to be considered for the program. The curriculum is also designed for participants who desire to participate from a non-religious perspective. Typically, cohorts meet weekly in 90-minute sessions for 6 to 9 months and include no more than 20 participants.
Hours 72
Location(s) All Institutions
Needs Addressed Family/Parenting
Program Delivery To ensure program fidelity and proper credit, the Threshold Program must be delivered by leadership in Chaplaincy Services, or the appropriately credentialed religious community volunteers, contractors, or mentors.