60 inmates graduate substance-abuse program at Sierra Conservation Center

Inmates recently completed a Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program, marking the occasion with a ceremony at SCC.

Inmates recently completed a Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program, marking the occasion with a ceremony at SCC.

Lt. Robert Kelsey, AA/Public Information Officer
Sierra Conservation Center

Approximately 60 inmates in seven groups recently completed the Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program, commemorating the accomplishment with a graduation ceremony at Sierra Conservation Center.

The celebration was organized by West Care staff and included a speaker from each of the seven graduating groups, along with SCC Warden Joel Martinez and Correctional Counselor III D. Clark.

The five- and six-month program utilizes the University of Cincinnati and Hazledon curriculum and the three-month program primarily utilizes Hazledon curriculum.

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1 Response

  1. m. sanchez Thursday, April 20, 2017 / 4:56 pm

    You inmates who worked hard to complete this class – please, please, follow through and take these life-saving skills with you wherever your God puts you next! Sobriety and abstinence is the only way to go. You have to have a psychic change as if you were in the dark and now you are in the light and you see everything clearer and brighter than before. Don’t stop or ever Give up – Instead, practice what you learned, remain clean & sober, and you will blossom into the man/woman you were intended to be. Good Luck to you all. M. Sanchez from Salinas Valley State Prison.

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