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The Special Alternative Incarceration program SAI began in as an alternative to prison for male probationers convicted of certain crimes and selected by courts. In the program was expanded to include both male and female prisoners and probationers. State law precludes participation if convicted of a of primarily assaultive crimes.
SAI is a regimented day intensive program that focuses on changing negative behavior into socially acceptable behavior. The military discipline portion of the program is deed to break down streetwise attitudes, so staff can teach positive values and attitudes. From the time your family member is sentenced, the plan is to get them ready to come home. Phase I: Getting Ready is the time from sentence until approximately two months prior to release.
Phase II: Going Home is approximately the last two months of incarceration and includes final preparations for release. SAI is structured similarly to military training.
Programming promotes a healthier lifestyle and teaches better decision-making skills. The program has proven to be cost-effective and successful in keeping graduates out of prison. These programs challenge the thought processes used when making decisions. Advanced Substance Abuse Therapy addresses addictions.
Self-Discipline : Interaction within a highly structured disciplined setting. Trainees rise at A. Bed time is at PM. There are no individual televisions, radios, games or other distractions that may prevent the trainees from learning and applying the skills they learn while incarcerated in the SAI Program.
Trainees are challenged mentally, emotionally and physically while at SAI. Some functions of this site are disabled for browsers blocking jQuery. Please visit: Cooper Street Correctional.Alternative Lifestyle in MI
email: [email protected] - phone:(779) 800-8307 x 3025