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7 Habits of Highly Effective Parolees–A Franklin Covey Certified Course

Next class begins July 21, 2021!

Denver Metro, Southeast

7 Habits of Highly Effective Parolees is a class offered in the community to anyone with a CDOC number. You can be on parole, as the name indicates, but you can also be on ISP-I, in a halfway house, or you can have discharged your number. The class is offered once a week, usually from 6-9pm, and during the pandemic, via Zoom. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Parolees is about character development that leads to effective leadership in all areas of your life. 7 Habits is voluntary, not mandatory. It's also a commitment for the entire ten weeks, and to earn the Franklin Covey Certificate, you're expected to attend every class and meet the course's other benchmarks. 7 Habits is not behavior modification or a way to get off parole early. You must register for the class by email at 7habitsparolees@gmail.com. The next class starts July 21, 2021, and runs through October. When registering for the course, please provide your full name, DOC number, and parole office location. The website link is for the required textbook. (Post-pandemic, classes will resume in person in Denver and Colorado Springs.)

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Parolees–Sharpen the Saw 2-hour Class via Zoom

Learn more about the 7 Habits with a one-time class on June 9, 2021!

Denver Metro, Southeast

Do you want to know more about or brush up on 7 Habits of Highly Effective Parolees? The Sharpen the Saw 2-hour class on June 9th focuses on the habits. Anyone with a CDOC number is welcome to join. You must register for the class by email at 7habitsparolees@gmail.com. When registering for the course, please provide your full name, DOC number, and parole office location.

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A Stronger Cord

various locations in Arvada, Denver, Englewood, Littleton, Sheridan; see Events on website for more info

Denver Metro

A Stronger Cord is a faith-based organization that provides men and women on the "comeback trail" with opportunities to connect around working out. The nonprofit encourages three pillars of health: physical fitness, healthy relationships, and service to others. Locations and hours vary so you'll need to check out the Events tab on their website for this information. Call 303-667-5957 or email info@astrongercord.org to learn more. COVID-19 UPDATE: Activities are currently offered online via Zoom.

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A Stronger Cord’s Wellness Wednesday

Zoom Class

Statewide

Every Wednesday night A Stronger Cord sponsors Wellness Wednesday with Lizzy Sinatra, who will lead you through a yoga class via Zoom along with others in the community. The Zoom link is https://zoom.us/j/96384660725?pwd=RGJWdlE2K21LUWdZSEtiY0NZMVAyQT09

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Full Circle Reading Group

Share your love of reading with others!

Statewide

Karen Lausa, founder of The Words Beyond Bars Project, and Remerg are joining forces to provide Full Circle Reading Group. The group meets every six weeks via Zoom. You don't have to have been part of Words Beyond Bars while incarcerated. You don't have to have been incarcerated! The group's first meeting is Wednesday, May 5th, from 7-8:30pm MST via Zoom, and the group's first book is Passing by Nella Larsen. Read the book before you watch the movie. Everyone is welcome! To RSVP and get the Zoom link, email Karen at KarenLausa@gmail.com. Watch this page, the Remerg Facebooks page, and the forthcoming Remerg.org website for more information.

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Realness Project

Statewide

Realness Project provides workshops and materials inside prisons and jails to help people learn how to manage conflict "with finesse" and to develop the capacity to create authentic relationships. Realness Project sponsors monthly online meetings for folks released from incarceration. Follow their Facebook page for alerts to these meetings and log-on info

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Sober AF Entertainment

Sober AF Entertainment is a voice for the sober community by creating Sober Sections at non-sober events. They help to promote sober sections, sober tailgates and sober support event groups at non-sober events. From sports to music, they help promote safe spaces for those who live in sobriety. They also make great connections between community members and sober support groups. They have been doing amazing work in educating the community about the significance of Sober Sections at events. Visit the website to see what events are on the calendar or if you want Sober AF Entertainment at your next event.

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