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Court Ordered Programs technologically advanced “live group meeting” software allows course instructors to have classroom style group sessions with participants from all over the nation (students from Los Angeles, New York, Alaska, Hawaii and so on) to teach and collect in-debt information, while bringing a multitude of diverse cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, lifestyles and other differences, together for one common cause. This “live group meeting” adheres to and surpasses all Alaska standards and laws regarding Domestic Violence and Batterers Intervention Programs. Court Ordered Programs Inc also offers the same “live group meeting” programs for Anger Management, Drug and Alcohol Awareness, DEJ and Diversion, Criminal Behavior Modification, Parenting, High-Conflict Parenting and Divorce, Shoplifting, Petty Theft, Assessments, and our new Juvenile Betterment Program.

Court Offenders can find more information about all of our Programs including our Program Curriculums, Referrals and secure Registration through our Distance Learning School below.

Domestic Violence Courses for Alaska Courts

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BIP Courses for Alaska Courts

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Anger Management Courses for Alaska Courts

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Drug Awareness Courses for Alaska Courts

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Alcohol Awareness Courses for Alaska Courts

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Shoplifting and Petty Theft Courses for Alaska Courts

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Parenting and Co-Parenting Courses for Alaska Courts

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High-Conflict Divorce Parenting Courses for Alaska

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Domestic Violence Assessments for Alaska Courts

Anger Manangement Assessments for Alaska Courts

Drug and Alcohol Assessments for Alaska Courts

These are usually court ordered or you can ask to be assessed yourself. Purpose of this tool is to help assess safety, risk, strenghts and needs. Our Counselors have proven to be the best nationwide at determining the level of treatment you may or may not need.

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Criminal Behavior Modification Courses for Alaska

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Juvenile Betterment Program Courses for Alaska Courts

DEVELOPED IN 2016. Brand New Program. Working with Juvenile Courts across the nation, these classes allow children between the ages of 13-18 to learn tools to better themselves. Classes are a blend of domestic awareness, anger, drug/alcohol and criminal behavior. Often teens find it difficult to attend any court ordered class due to travel distances, parent schedules, and most other life commitments. These courses are ideal for court requirements but lots of parents or guardians have their child or children take this program for educational purposes as well. This “live group meeting” adheres to and surpasses all State Juvenile Court standards and laws.

Court Offenders can find more information about our Juvenile Betterment Program including our Program Curriculum, Referrals and secure Registration through our Distance Learning School below.

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The efficacy of the treatment program will be established by measuring as much about of each client as possible especially the overall progress. The effectiveness of the program will be measured by implementing the Program Evaluation Plan.  It will establish the effectiveness of the program for those who are currently enrolled in our courses.

The clinical staff will perform a weekly staffing meeting that will evaluate the progress of each client.  The staff will evaluate each participant’s progress and staff’s adherence to policy and procedure. A Treatment Objective Checklist will be completed for each participant during the initial interview. The Director will be checking for a progress plan to be present for each presenting problem (objective and measurable). The director will ensure that a progress note is present and that it addresses treatment goals. The effectiveness of the plan is documented. The progress plan will be updated every 90 days. The Director will check the current status of participant and their response coincides with the plan and is documented. An update is done after the first phase of treatment. The number of sessions/groups attended is documented. The nature of the patient’s participation in group is documented daily. The admission & discharge criteria are documented.

The effectiveness of the treatment program will be measured by assessing the full amount of data collected throughout the patients participation in the program..  It will establish the effectiveness of the program for those who are currently enrolled in our courses and provide a better treatment plan and objective for the future.

To establish the goals and objectives by which the Court Ordered Programs pursues its day to day operation.  Court Ordered Programs implements the following policy of goals and objectives: 

To provide a safe, confidential, therapeutic and professional environment where clients can receive services which meets their needs. To consistently implement all appropriate Federal and State standards that apply. To provide group from appropriately licensed/certified staff. To utilize a clinical team of State licensed, certified professionals to evaluate and establish an individualized treatment plan for each client. To provide the highest quality treatment possible. To consistently apply performance improvement and outcome measures to ensure quality treatment is monitored and maintained. To assist clients in attaining healthy and productive lives free of the negative influences and consequences. To have clients improve their functioning level in their communities and with their families, and, to have clients will develop appropriate  tools, support systems and continue interaction with these systems post discharge.