Financial Management is a money management course. This is a five (5) week course that meets one (1) time per week for ninety (90) minutes per session. During the course, participants are involved in hands on activities that include: how to budget, using discipline in spending, learning to avoid credit card debt, making an investment in education to increase the earning potential over a career and saving for retirement. The participants are given homework at the end of each session. The activities and discussion result in interdependent learning.Aggression Replacement Training (A.R.T.)
Aggression Replacement Training (ART) meets two (2) times per week, one (1) session for two (2) hours and the other session for one (1) hour. ART is a cognitive behavior, multi-model curriculum comprised of three (3) interdependent components: structured learning training, anger control training, and moral reasoning. ART seeks to assist participants in recognizing precursors to their own threatening and physically aggressive behavior, considering possible consequences, and taking control of their situation with positive actions.
HSE Prep Lab
HSE Prep Lab is an ongoing class that meets two (2) times per week for two (2) hours. This class is offered through Indy Reads, a non-profit organization with a mission to promote and improve the literacy of adults. Through the help of trained and committed volunteers, Indy Reads serves adults 18 years of age and older who would benefit from assistance improving their reading and/or writing skills. The volunteers in the lab work with program participants to quickly increase their literacy skills, in order to better prepare them for the HSE class.