Pathways is a psychotherapeutic, psychoeducational group program designed to address Alcohol and other drug use and offending behaviour.
Cyrenian House in partnership with Holyoake, deliver the Pathways Program across the public metropolitan prisons in Western Australia.
Participants in his program complete 100 hours of group work over 25 days. The program is a cognitive-behavioural based program that challenge’s an individual’s unhelpful thinking patterns and works on building relationships and community skills.
Prisoners are referred onto the program by the Department of Justice.
How to access this service
If you would like to know more or enter the program speak to the Transitional Manager at your Prison.
“I feel I have grown and developed to a more positive empowered person. Thank you for teaching me how to deal with life and arming me with the tools to stay drug and crime free.”