CPR by the NIA - Conflict Mitigation & Personal Interactive Rehabilitation

Conflict Mitigation & Personal Interactive Rehabilitation Services

to help break the cycle of desperation and correct where systems fail.

What is CPR?

In the absence of strategic and comprehensive rehabilitation for public safety, CPR steps in usually when conflicts arise, and engages directly with the incarcerated person and their supportive loved ones. We help them navigate the carceral system, walking with them through challenges and helping them find focus on their development as humans.

The goals of CPR are to keep people safe while incarcerated, and to help them develop capacity and potential. We pull together an otherwise disconnected web of service providers and stakeholders to create personalized long-term interventions for the individualized challenges each client faces.

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What is CPR?

In the absence of strategic and comprehensive rehabilitation for public safety, CPR steps in usually when conflicts arise, and engages directly with the incarcerated person and their supportive loved ones. We help them navigate the carceral system, walking with them through challenges and helping them find focus on their development as humans.

The goals of CPR are to keep people safe while incarcerated, and to help them develop capacity and potential. We pull together an otherwise disconnected web of service providers and stakeholders to create personalized long-term interventions for the individualized challenges each client faces.

our impact

CPR’s Impact

Since CPR’s inception, we have been able to support hundreds of personal crisis situations that otherwise end with tragic and more desperate results. At least 50% of these persons struggle with substance abuse and the majority of our clients have multiple chronic health and trauma issues. We start an accounting of these trends to help identify broader public safety and personal development failures. With enhanced seamless connectivity strategies, we continue to help restore these families along with their incarcerated loved ones, working to reduce still alarming rates of recidivism.

our impact

CPR’s Impact

Since CPR’s inception, we have been able to support hundreds of personal crisis situations that otherwise end with tragic and more desperate results. At least 50% of these persons struggle with substance abuse and the majority of our clients have multiple chronic health and trauma issues. We start an accounting of these trends to help identify broader public safety and personal development failures. With enhanced seamless connectivity strategies, we continue to help restore these families along with their incarcerated loved ones, working to reduce still alarming rates of recidivism.

Sincere & Compassionate Intervention 2

Sincere & Compassionate Intervention

 

Ensure the loved one is safe and protected

Calm the loved one of difficult emotions

Gain facts to present to advisor & decision makers

Review with team how best to move forward

Follow thru with clear and reasonable resolution

Comprehensive
44-point intake

  • Critical Dates
  • Demographic Data
  • Case Description and Facts
  • Evolving Situational Status
  • Interactive Assessment Coding
  • Follow-Up Strategies
  • Detailed Narrative Comments
44 point intake system
44 point intake system

Comprehensive
44-point intake

  • Critical Dates
  • Demographic Data
  • Case Description and Facts
  • Evolving Situational Status
  • Interactive Assessment Coding
  • Follow-Up Strategies
  • Detailed Narrative Comments

Prison does not rehabilitate!

Ask any person living in prison or who comes out of prison with the best intentions about some idea of comprehensive rehabilitation, and that’s their response. NIA’s CPR is built to break the cycle of ignoring those words. This program was designed from personal efforts out of the need for support and guidance after firsthand witnessing the shortcomings of carceral systems. Our all-volunteer staff is made up largely of people who have been incarcerated themselves or have a spouse or child in prison. Being able to relate to the kind of trauma one experiences in prison connects us more deeply to those we care for, and it guides, inspires, and motivates us.

Contact Us

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11175 Cicero Dr, Alpharetta, Georgia 30022

678.646.6790 ext 1130

info@joinNIA.com

About the NIA

About The NIA

Breaking Cycles of Failure

The National Incarceration Association was created out of a need that is profound amongst the families and loved ones of the incarcerated. The NIA will provide the necessary support that currently does not exist for our community. Our job is to assure our members (i.e. family members, loved ones and advocates) have current resources, swift action on emergency needs and a voice in the world that will not stigmatize us.

 

The NIA, Inc. will provide the community of families, loved ones and advocates for the incarcerated safe, reliable resources to help them during this difficult journey. We will also allow for open and honest communication free from fear for the safety of our loved ones in order to address changes that are necessary to provide them with their basic human rights.