Please see all available programs below, and click on their titles to visit the corresponding websites for more information.
|Program name and provider||Program description and aims||Program structure and dosage||Where the program is operating|
|General offending programs|
Provider not specified
|Making Choices is a moderate intensity women’s program for female prisoners that addresses general offending behaviour. The program uses a range of treatment methods effective in reducing recidivism, including relapse prevention planning, problem solving, safety planning, mood management techniques and the use of cognitive behavioural methods.||Support matched to different presenting needs, may include a few months before release and a few months post release.||South Australia Women’s Correctional Centres.
|Personal transformation programs|
|Sisters for Change|
|Sisters for Change is a Community-Based Health and First Aid (CBHFA) program. The program has several projects within it that include Safe Women Workshops, Clean-Up Crew activities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental Health Training, Elders for Change, an information kit for newly incarcerated parents, families and carers Project, a library and a children's book.||Multiple activities with varied lengths run over a year.||Adelaide Women’s Prison, South Australia.
|Work skills and traineeship programs|
|Time to Work (Employment Services provided by Career Employment Australia Ltd)|
13 providers deliver the service. Their details are available on the website link provided.
|The Time to Work Employment Service assists sentenced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prisoners to access support for employment and reintegration into the community upon their release from prison.||Must be sentenced and within 2 to 4 months of their release from prison. Sessions and formats differ.||Available in all States.|