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Development

UCCI has taken a special interest in developing curricula that utilize a Cognitive Behavioral Intervetions approach to treatment.


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CBI for Substance Abuse (CBI-SA)

Since its inception in 2010, UCCI has trained over 75 agencies to use the CBI-SA. Pilot sites included: River City Correctional Center (OH), MonDay Correctional Institution (OH), Bartholomew County Adult Probation (IN), and Centerstone (IN).


CBI for Sexual Offending (CBI-SO)

Our most recently completed curriuculum, the CBI-SO was released to the public in 2015 and is now being implemented in over 5 agencies nationwide. Pilot sites included: Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, Chillicothe and Belmont Correctional Institutions (OH), Volunteers of America Greater Ohio, Cincinnati Residential Reentry Program (OH), and North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (ND).


CBI: A Comprehensive Curriculum (CBI-CC)

UCCI is currently in the pilot stage for a series of cognitive-behavioral interventions for offender populations through collaboration with the Council of State Governments. This core curriculum also provides options for use with mentally ill offenders. Current pilot sites include: Sonoma County Probation (CA), UCSF/Citywide Case Management Forensic Program (CA), Hamilton County Justice Center (OH), and the Los Angeles County Jail (CA).


CBI for Offenders Seeking Employment (CBI-EMP)

Through a partnership with MDRC, UCCI is currently in the development phase and scheduled for pilot in the fall/winter of 2015. If you are interested in participating in a pilot training and implementation, please contact us at Corrections.Institute@uc.edu


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