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Learn about Moral Recognition Therapy and Thinking Matters.
Here you can find information on alternatives to domestic aggression and a domestic violence support group.
GEDs, Pre-GEDs, literacy classes and the Family Book Club are a few educational programs available.
The Sheriff's Office works with the Washtenaw County Public Health Department to provide testing of sexually transmitted diseases to the underserved inmate population.
Peruse through our in-house programming.
For mental health programs, there is dual diagnosis and women's trauma available.
A chaplain from Forgotten Man Ministries coordinates the religious programming services in the jail. He is assisted by volunteers, and inmates are provided access to religious services, religious materials, and religious counseling.
Alcoholics for Christ is a Christ centered walk through the 12-step traditions of AA/NA.
Learn about Dawn Farms (Community Corrections) along with Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous.
Jail volunteer, Patti Gawne facilitates a class which addresses what to anticipate when on parole or probation.