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Empowerment House workshops are structured and interactive sessions designed to create an environment for meaningful work and to guide individuals through a process that will lead to great outcomes. Empowerment House workshops are facilitated by certified and/or licensed professionals. Certificates are provided to individuals who successfully complete the Workshops requirement(s).

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Anger Management

Throughout the workshop the Facilitator will provides individuals participating in the anger management session(s) with a summary of core concepts, worksheets for completing between-session challenges, and space to take notes for each of the sessions. Participant are informed that the concepts and skills presented in the anger management Workshop are best learned by practice and review and by completing the between-session challenges and role-playing. These strategies shall help participants develop the skills that are necessary to successfully manage anger.

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Relapse Prevention

Relapse prevention education is a critical part of the addiction treatment process. The main point of addiction treatment is to equip participants with the tools they need to maintain sobriety long-term, which includes identifying and working through personal relapse triggers, creating a relapse prevention plan, identifying different support groups, high-risk situations, identifying healthy ways to cope with cravings/urges, and more.

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Financial literacy and financial capability are a huge concern for individuals re-entering society. It can be challenging for individuals returning from their adversity and heading into resiliency as it can come with a monetary price. It’s imperative that individuals re-entering society become educated with understanding the importance of financial literacy. This includes, understanding the meaning and building a foundation of habits to enable the individual to use their knowledge to improve their living. In order, to create stability over their pre-existing or existing finances such as but not limited to:

➢ Paying rent and/or securing a place to live.

➢ Securing a daily healthy meal.

➢ Pursuing a trade, or education.

➢ Purchasing clothes for social living and work/interview.

➢ Securing a form of transportation.

➢ Providing and/or assisting in securing stability for a family (financially).

➢ Debts (such as credit card debt, child support payments, old fines, etc.).


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