How do we do what we do?
Ryan Community, Inc. is known in the community as a residential halfway house for males, supervised by the Department of Corrections. Clients participate in programming for 90 to 120 days. They receive correctional counseling focused on the principles of thinking errors developed by Samenow and Yochelson, Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT), relapse prevention, anger management/domestic violence, decision making, assertiveness, independent living skills, employment/ vocational development, financial management as well as weekly case management services. Case management staff utilizes the practices of Motivational Interviewing and current evidence-based practices standards.
The core of our curriculum stems from MRT and the evidenced-based research conducted to ensure we are providing the beneficial treatment services available in our field.
Made possible by a grant from the Community Foundation of the Fox Valley Region, our clients learn valuable work skills while working hand in hand with others in the community.
Our case managers work with community partners to ensure clients are connected with the resources they need to be successful. If you or someone you know needs assistance, please reach out.