- PDS provides Behavior Change Interventions using Evidence-Based Practices and Strength-Based methods.
- Our classes aid the Class Participants in moving towards positive
- Classes included open, non-confrontational, open, positive
discussion,and Interactive Journaling®.
- Topics include values, choices, changes, consequences,
responsibility, offense-related instruction, self-belief, goal setting, and planning for the future.
- PDS programs as an aid to the process of personal
- Classes involve the process of
exploring and resolving challenges to making and keeping needed behavior changes.
- Participants learns skills and strategies in support of "workable" actions and choices over illegal and "unworkable" behaviors.
- Participants receive a certificate upon successful completion of the class.
- Classes are eight-hour, one-day, positive, intensive experiences.
- Programs offered by PDS are suitable referral resource interventions for
all misdemeanor and most felony offenses.
- Participants are referred to
us by many agencies and officials committed to help bringing about
positive changes in people.
- For information about setting up PDS
programs in your area at no cost to counties or agencies, call PDS toll
free at 1-800-737-4803 or 1-800-775-3220.