Eight Graduate From Thinking For a Change Program

Eight participants recently graduated from the Court’s Thinking for a Change (“T4C”) program: Sierra Zeddaker, Cassey Young with daughter Lucy, Meghan Meadows, Amanda Strouse with her son Aiden, Brooklyn Miller, Taylor Hager, Bryce Pfilger and John Brown.

The T4C program stresses developing interpersonal communication skills and confronting thought patterns that lead to criminal behavior. The 12-week program features 25 lesson plans. The National Institute of Corrections, U.S. Dept. of Justice, called the program “Promising” in a study that showed offenders who completed T4C were less likely to commit new crimes than offenders who did not complete the program.  Congratulations to all of the graduates.