1. ESE/Juvenile School Program : This program is run by the Lee County School District and is for those incarcerated that are under the age of 18 and for those who were enrolled in an ESE program in Lee County and are under the age of 22. This program also helps people prepare to take the GED test.
2. GED Program : This is open to inmates that do not have their High School Diploma. They are able to receive help preparing for the GED, and when ready, are able to take the GED test.
3. Lifeskills Program : Teaches basic life skills to inmates to help them lead a productive life. The program includes such topics as: Anger Management,Alternatives to Domestic Violence, Parenting Skills, Communications Skills, Men's and Women's issues , Resume Writing and Job Interviewing Skills, etc.
4. New Directions Program : This is a faith based program run by the facility Chaplain and utilizes people from community churches. This program touches on many of the topics presented in Lifeskills but from a faith based perspective.
5. Residential Substance Abuse Treatment : The Residential Substance Abuse Treatment program works closely with the court system - most of the people participating in this program are court-ordered. This program includes everything that is taught in the Lifeskills program but concentrates on helping inmates with addiction problems.
6. Self-Help Groups : We have several self-help groups whose volunteers bring their message into our facilities to help inmates; they include the following programs: Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and Al-Anon which is for people who are coping with someone who has a substance abuse problem.
7. Inmate Case Management : This program targets inmate who are at high risk to reoffend and sentenced to three months to one year. If interested or in need of resources, send a request Re-Entry/Resources