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Break old Habits, and Start New Ones

Circle for Re-entry

The Lima UMADAOP community based program proposes to ease the adjustment from incarceration to freedom for prisoners. It is the mission of Lima UMADAOP to reduce the number of reentry individuals being arrested and the number of reentry individuals returning to prisons and jails. The prevention staff will go into prisons and jails and provide education from violence, alcohol, tobacco, and substance abuse programming. Reentry individuals will be provided evidenced based curriculum, Creating Lasting Family Connections and Violence, Alcohol, Tobacco and other Drugs (VATOD) prevention education classes. In addition, Lima UMADAOP professionals will provide Peer Mentoring and Coaching to Reentry individuals. “Creating Lasting Family Connections” and (VATOD) have been identified as promising practices through the SAMSHA NREPP Network. Locally, over the past 18 years we’ve established evidenced based data through documented evaluation outcomes.

A community based program that targets males/females that are adult parole/probation offenders transitioning from prison to community supervision; as well as minorities with substance abuse and drug related problems. Program goals: To assist individuals in developing alternatives to substance abuse, violence, and criminal behavior; increase participants understanding of substance abuse and how specific behaviors impact their ability to stay sober and crime free. Services provided in Allen and Hardin Counties.

Available at the Following Locations:

Please call us at (419) 222-4474 for more information.

Driver Intervention Program (72 hour program)

The Driver’s Intervention Program (DIP) is an alternative to the mandatory three-day jail term that offenders convicted of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or other drugs may attend at the court’s discretion. Each DIP includes traffic safety education on alcohol and other drug abuse and addiction, and small group discussions. Our program offers a 72 hours process of education and screening, and may also include a referral for a complete alcohol and other drug assessment. Lima UMADAOP is certified by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.

  • Meals included: breakfast, 2 lunches, 3 dinners
  • lodging at the Wingate Hotel, Downtown Lima (private accomodations available)
  • Methods of Payment: Cash, Money Order or Credit Card
  • Cost of Class: $525.00
Available at the Following Locations:

Please call our DIP Coordinator at (419) 222-4474 for more information.

Domestic Violence Batterers Intervention (26 week program)

A cognitive behavioral based program that is designed to help perpetrators get in touch with the issues that underlie their unhealthy behavior. Participants must complete 26 weeks of violence and behavior specific sessions that encourages and teaches skills to cope with anger and misguided violence. This program targets adult males and females identified by the criminal justice system, Children Services Board of Allen County,walk-ins, and/or other social service organizations.

Available at the Following Locations:

Please call us at (419) 222-4474 for more information.

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