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_____ STRENGTH or _____ NEED

LIST OF ACTION ITEMS TO ADDRESS NEEDS:

1. Take care of your health. Eat well, exercise regularly. Refrain from smoking.
2. Know your health problems.
3. Understand your medications, the purpose of each and when each should be taken.
4. Know if any of your diseases are communicable and, if so, how they are transmitted. Avoid behaviors that could lead to infecting others.
5. Understand if you are eligible for insurance upon release.
6. Know the location of the public health department in the community where you will be living.
7. If possible, obtain a minimal set of pertinent health care records before leaving prison.
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SUCCESS FACTOR: PHYSICAL MOBILITY

_____ STRENGTH or _____ NEED


LIST OF ACTION ITEMS TO ADDRESS NEEDS:

1. Ensure the disabilities are accurately recorded in your health care records.
2. Understand ADA implications related to your restrictions and how to request accommodations under the ADA.
3. Learn about nonprofit support organizations in the community where you intend to live.
4. Remain as active as possible, despite limitations.
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SUCCESS FACTOR: FREEDOM FROM ADDICTION

_____ STRENGTH or _____ NEED

LIST OF ACTION ITEMS TO ADDRESS NEEDS:

1. Participate in SA treatment (RSAT, NA, AA)
2. Contact SA agency in your home county.
3. Establish pen pal relationship with a recovering addict.
4. Develop relapse prevention plan to include post-release issues.
5. Consult librarian for books on recovery. Read as much and as often as possible.
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SUCCESS FACTOR: MENTAL HEALTH

_____ STRENGTH or _____ NEED

LIST OF ACTION ITEMS TO ADDRESS NEEDS:

If you were a perpetrator:

1. Attempt to get into appropriate programming and work at it.
2. Develop a relapse prevention plan.
3. Be cautious about engaging in intimate relationships
4. Plan on seeking treatment if necessary.
5. __________________________________________________
6. __________________________________________________

If you were a victim:

1. Seek therapy in prison.
2. Read literature on codependency, violence and victimization.
3. Develop a relapse prevention plan.
4. Be cautious about engaging in intimate relationships.
5. Plan on seeking treatment if necessary.
6. __________________________________________________
7. __________________________________________________
8. __________________________________________________

If you are diagnosed with a mental health condition, learn to manage the illness.

1. Seek treatment in prison.
2. Understand your medications, if any, and follow the medication schedule.
3. Learn where you can get medication in the free world.
4. If possible, leave prison with a 30 day supply of medication.
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6. __________________________________________________
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SUCCESS FACTOR: INSTITUTIONAL BEHAVIOR

_____ STRENGTH or _____ NEED

LIST OF ACTION ITEMS TO ADDRESS NEEDS:

1. Engage in as much positive programming as possible.
2. Choose friends and associates wisely. Do not associate with those who cause or attract problems.
3. Avoid individuals who are angry or difficult.
4. Read literature on anger management, negotiation, medication, etc.
5. Be sure you understand institutional rules. If they are unclear, ask for clarification.
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_____ STRENGTH or _____ NEED

LIST OF ACTION ITEMS TO ADDRESS NEEDS:

1. Avoid:

a. Minimalizing
b. Comparing your case with others.
c. Blaming the victim
d. Blaming drugs or alcohol

2. Be aware of body language, eye contact and language.
3. Don’t let your family make excuses.
4. Recognize that if you committed or had anything to do with a crime, you are guilty of violating someone else or the community.
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