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Indiana Department of Correction

DYS > Pendleton Juvenile > Programs Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility

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Pendleton Juvenile has a variety of programs for the students to participate in; as well as individual counseling, treatment interventions and treatment groups.  The students participate in the groups based upon the needs that are determined upon intake.  These programs focus on addressing particular needs and risk areas for re-offending.  The programs also teach pro-social skills to students improve positive outcomes for successful re-entry into the community as law-abiding, productive citizens.  Process groups allow students to help each other discuss issues and practice skills.  These groups are facilitated by counselors, the treatment supervisors, Chaplain, and qualified community volunteers.

Treatment Programs offered to students include:

  • Indiana Sex Offender Management and Monitoring
  • Why Try
  • The Stay Sharp Substance Abuse Program
  • Gang Realities in Our World (GROW)
  • Future Soldier Program
  • Purposeful Living Units Serve (PLUS)

Additional Programs

  • Youth Welding Apprenticeship Program
  • Intensive Treatment Unit (ITU)
  • Employability Skills
  • Incentive/Reward Program
  • Projected Program Completion Date
  • Venture Scouts
  • Increase the Peace
  • Student Council
  • Volunteer Programs
  • Aftercare for Indiana through Mentoring (AIM)
  • Orientation Process
  • Classification
  • Daily Schedule
  • Recycling Project
  • Peace Learning