Young Adult Drug Counseling Center Project Plan

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Project Plan Outline & Requirements The Young Adult Drug Counseling Center (YADCC) is a clinically managed male only drug & alcohol counselling center. YADCC will provide counselling for males ages 18 to 24 and will provide life training for a better path without abuse. YADCC will help males that are out of high school and not currently attending school find a full time job in a career that suits them best and enables them to succeed. YADCC will provide the same counselling for clients that are still in school but will help them find a part time job versus a full time job. The sole purpose of the YADCC is to get young adults out of prisons and onto the streets to become a productive and successful member of society which will have a below average rate of recidivism. To qualify for the YADCC, clients must be male and range from age 18 to 24 years of age. Clients must have been arrested for any crime but cannot be classified as a repeat offender for that crime. As added support, clients must be living with a parent or guardian while being enrolled in the YADCC. Parent or guardians must agree to take weekly written assessments of the client for further measures. Furthermore clients must report to the YADCC five to six days per week for drug testing and must voluntarily participate in their treatment plans. YADCC treatment plans will include drug counseling with state certified counselors and psychiatrist. Clients will also be able to obtain their GED while in the program if they have not yet obtained it. Clients will also be taut life skills like interview skills and general people skills while in the program. If however the YADCC client fails to pass drug tests and or does not show up to the mandatory treatment a state ju... ... middle of paper ... ...&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ== Krane, Hans Pette. , Olsson, Nils, , & Rolstadås, Asbjôrn, (2012). How project manager-project owner interaction can work within and influence project risk management. 43(2), 54-67. Retrieved from Learn-Andes, Jennifer. (2009). County eyes jail alternative: Reporting center would offer testing and training for lesser criminal offenders. Times Leader, The (Wilkes-Barre, PA), Retrieved from Meredith, J., & Mantel, S. J. (2012). Project management a managerial approach. (Eight ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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