Anger Management: Curriculum designed for people living with mental illness and substance use disorder, participating in group cognitive behavioral therapy sessions on anger management.

Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abuse: Evidence based therapeutic group designed to change the cognitions that influence maladaptive behavior. The curriculum combines a cognitive-behavioral therapeutic intervention with relapse prevention component where participants learn about cognitive restructuring; emotion regulation, social skills, and “success planning” to prevent relapse. Participants are required to complete daily practice work in order to increase repetition of skill sets.

Moral Reconation Therapy: Evidence-based, systematic, cognitive-behavioral, 16 step treatment strategy designed to enhance self-image, promote growth of a positive, productive identity, and facilitate the development of higher stages of moral reasoning.

Prime Solutions: A substance use treatment program developed in collaboration with several leading addiction experts. The treatment program helps participants diagnosed with a substance use disorder make changes in their high-risk drinking and drug use. Prime Solutions is a "flexibly manualized" treatment approach that applies best practices in a unique way. Participants learn how to: reduce risks, develop low-risk beliefs and clear standards and gain skills to manage cravings and temptations.

Seeking Safety: Evidence-based manual-guided cognitive-behavioral therapy group, present-focused counseling model to help participants attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. The curriculum addresses both trauma and addiction but without requiring participants to delve into the trauma. This is a gender specific group.

Staying Quit: Targeted to individuals who are participating in substance abuse programs of any type and in any setting. Relapse prevention actually is the primary goal of treatment, but focusing on relapse prevention issues should take place sometime after the client is engaged in treatment and not actively using substances. Staying Quit is an 8-session program that helps clients avoid a relapse by recognizing risky situations, coping with urges and cravings, being around users, understanding support issues, and taking charge. Staying Quit help participants understand which situations and people may trigger a relapse and to target the most risky situations

Thinking for a Change: A cognitive-behavioral curriculum that concentrates on changing the criminogenic thinking of offender. It includes cognitive restructuring, social skills, and the development of problem-solving skills.

Trauma Recovery and Empowerment: A fully manualized, group-based intervention designed to facilitate trauma recovery among women with histories of exposure to sexual and physical abuse. Drawing on cognitive restructuring, psychoeducational, and skills-training techniques, the 18 to 29-session intervention emphasizes the development of coping skills and social support. It addresses both short-term and long-term consequences of violent victimization, including mental health symptoms, such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, and substance