Behavior Classes

Behavior classes help participants develop emotionally healthy boundaries and communication skills. After an incident happens, the thought may be “why did I do that?” Exploring negative behavior in a classroom setting may be worth your while.

Learning anger management skills can decrease problems with co-workers, family members, parents, and/or children. Healthy coping skills lead to more peaceful interactions with others, better judgment, and more control over negative impulses. 

Improving emotional health can be a life-changing experience, with benefits such as:

  • The ability to deal with stress and bounce back from adversity
  • A sense of meaning and purpose, in both activities and relationships
  • The flexibility to learn new things and adapt to change
  • A balance between work, play, and rest  
  • The ability to build and maintain healthy relationships
  • Having self-confidence and high self-esteem 

There is a stigma associated with getting help for life problems. However, there is also a sense of empowerment in seeking help from trained instructors who care about individuals wanting to make healthy future life choices.

Teen/Juvenile Classes
Alcohol/Drug Education/Minor in Possession

This course meets the requirements for court-ordered alcohol/drug education or minor in possession education. The purpose of this eight-hour program is to heighten the consciousness of the participants concerning their substance abuse. Participants will learn skills necessary to make appropriate decisions regarding use of illegal drugs and/or alcohol use. Video, handouts, and speakers are used to facilitate discussion.

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Making Appropriate Decisions for Teens

This class meets the requirements for court-ordered decision-making (under age 18) education. The purpose of this six-hour class is to heighten the consciousness of the negative decision-making which led to legal consequences. Participants learn skills necessary to make future appropriate decisions.

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DUI First Offender Course

This course meets the requirements for court-ordered DUI education. The purpose of this 10-hour program is to heighten the consciousness of the participants concerning their DUI charge. Videos and handouts are used to facilitate discussion.

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Adult Classes

 

DUI First Offender Course

This course meets the requirements for court-ordered DUI education. The purpose of this 10-hour program is to heighten the consciousness of the participants concerning their DUI charge. Videos and handouts are used to facilitate discussion.

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Making Appropriate Decisions for Adults

This class meets the requirements for court-ordered decision-making (age 18 or older) education. The purpose of this six-hour class is to heighten the consciousness of the negative decision-making which led to legal consequences. Participants learn skills necessary to make future appropriate decisions.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Anger Management Class for Adults

This course meets the requirements for court-ordered anger management (age 18 or older) education. This nine-hour course focuses on the negative consequences of expressing anger inappropriately and how to make future healthy choices. Video, group discussion, and worksheets are used to explore anger issues.​​​​​​​

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Life Skills Class

This course is for adults that have been charged with criminal violations such as obstruction, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and theft. This 16-hour course focuses on the negative consequences of expressing anger inappropriately, helps develop decision-making skills, explores how chemical substance use can influence negative behavior, and goal-setting. Video, group discussion, and worksheets are used to facilitate discussion. ​​​​​​​

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Our support team is trained and ready to help you find what you're looking for.

Jean Costello

Sr. Registration Associate

402.898.7361

jcostello@safenebraska.org

Karla Krzycki

Registration Associate

402.898.7361

kkrzycki@safenebraska.org

Shaley Kaufman

Supervisor, Driving & Behavior Programs

402.898.7348

skaufman@safenebraska.org

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