Life Skills

Life Skills Denying Recidivism

Many people need training in life skills so that they can overcome life's obstacles without falling back into bad habits whether it is substance abuse or criminal activities.


Some of the facets of life skills include cognitive lifeskills for adults and juveniles, reeucing recidivism in the criminal justice system, helping members of the armed forces make difficult transitions, cognitive lifeskills for employment, empowering families with resources to succeed, and programs and coping skills for substance abuse.


As with case and income assistance programs, there are many programs and paths to take to learn life skills. SSTS can help profice resources and referrals for the most appropriate programs for an individual or family's needs