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  • DebbieSmith
    DebbieSmith
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    Thanks Evan. When dealing with moderate and high risk individuals, there is a strong likelihood that many of them will need trauma-informed services. For these and other gender-specific programming ideas, we would recommend contacting the National Resource Center for Justice Involved Women (NRCJIW). They have an “Ask NRCJIW” link on their website: http//cjinvolvedwomen.org. This is the go-to resource for questions about women in the justice system. If you can post on the EBP Peer-to-Peer Forum what you learn so that others can benefit, it would be greatly appreciated.


    evanhazelton
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    I am with Community Corrections dealing with moderate and high risk clients. Currently we use guides and bits along with T4C. Looking to expand our programming a bit. Thanks for the response.

    MarkCarey
    MarkCarey
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    We would be glad to respond.  Can you clarify who you serve in your agency?  The programming would depend on a number of factors: adult versus juvenile; special needs; correctional or non-correctional; low or high risk individuals; those with a mental health condition, etc.


    evanhazelton
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    I am looking for ideas for gender specific programming that is rooted in EBP for my agency. I would love to hear some ideas. Thanks in advance.

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