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Charles Flanagan has said, “The Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections (ADJC) has a longstanding and positive working relationship with Release the Fear. The youth adjudicated to us often have a range of issues to address, including delinquency, substance abuse and dependence, mental health, and trauma. Release the Fear workshops, held at ADJC several times per year, provide a safe place where the youth can be honest and open about their behavioral problems. The workshops take place over a number of days and a large number of youth have been served for several years through this program. Dedicated facilitators assist youth in developing the life skills needed to address the life issues they face, including peer pressure, gang involvement, bullying, abuse, and violence. The value of this powerful program is that it reinforces, in a relaxed and non-judgmental fashion, the treatment interventions that our youth receive while they are with us in secure care. Consequently, all interventions, including those provided by Release the Fear, add to a youth’s ability to successfully transition to the community with transferable skills. ADJC is appreciative of this program and hope that our youth continue to benefit from the workshops.”     Charles Flanagan, Director, Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections

2015 Annual Report

 

HOPE BEYOND THE CHAINS
Evidence Base Curriculum Addresses National Common Core

United Firefighters and Safeway 2013 Funding Report - Release the Fear program

Fry's 2013 Funding Report - Release the Fear program

John F long Release the Fear program report

 
Release the Fear's Inside-Out Bridging Possibilities/Second Chance workshops 2013 final report
COBIZ Cares = Release the Fear,Inc. 2013 Funding Report
2012 Annual Report
 
2011 Annual Report
 

 2008 Annual Report

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2012 Cox Charities

 

2012 Maricopa County Attorney's Office

 

2012 Thunderbird Charities

2012 BRIEF Report Thunderbird Charities= Release the Fear

 

Maricopa County Attorney's Office R.I.C.O. Report

 

Cox 2012-13 Report

 

 

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