How To Escape Your Prison (Adult Version)
$27.00 – $1,080.00
Minimum Quantity: 3
CCI sets minimum book quantities at 3 per order for our larger, more popular programs. In order for CCI to consider a lesser amount, please email our office at John@ccimrt.com with rationale as to why the purchase requirement needs to be lowered.
Can be purchased individually or by case.
Qty per case: 40
Contract discounts are available for bulk materials purchases of 500 workbooks or more. Please call (901) 360-1564 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Note: Qualification to purchase this book requires previous MRT facilitator training. Clients in MRT groups must obtain their workbooks from their treatment provider. For more information, click here.
How To Escape Your Prison is the primary MRT workbook used for adult offenders and adults in substance abuse treatment. The 152-page workbook is also used in programs for multiple DUI offenders. The workbook addresses all of the issues related to criminal thinking and criminal needs.
Target Population & Use
The book is used with all types of offenders including those in jails, prisons, community corrections, treatment courts, halfway houses, diversion, parole and probation, and drug/mental health/DUI courts. Numerous substance abuse programs, both residential and outpatient, utilize the workbook. MRT is a SAMHSA NREPP program used for substance abuse and general treatment of criminal populations.
MRT is used in all correctional settings, probation and parole, community corrections, diversion programs, in private treatment settings, in welfare-to-work programs, educational settings, and elsewhere.
How It Is Conducted
The program has 16 Steps with 12 of these typically completed in 30 group sessions held in accordance with the implementation site’s own needs and characteristics. For example, therapeutic communities often hold several MRT groups each week while drug courts and probation sites typically hold a weekly group. Clients complete homework for each group prior to coming to a session. In the group each client presents his or her homework and the facilitator passes the client to the next step or has the client redo the homework based on objective criteria. All MRT groups are open-ended meaning that new clients can enter an ongoing group at any time. Each group session will usually have new clients as well as some finishing the program. All MRT facilitators must complete basic MRT training.