The 2nd 25th Judicial District Intermediate Sanction Facility is an intensive, structured residential program housing up to sixty (60) male offenders.  The facility assists offenders by providing a myriad of groups/classes.  After a series of assessments, offenders are given an individual participant plan tailored to their needs.  The offender's individual participant plan may include any of the following groups/classes.

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  • Truthought 
  • Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) 
  • Relapse Prevention Program 
  • GED classes 
  • Life Skills 
  • Thinking For A Change 
  • Anger Management 
  • Untangling Relationships 
  • Parenting 
  • Job Readiness 
  • Drug Offender Education 
  • HIV Awareness 
  • Spiritual Programs 
  • DWI Intervention 
  • DWI Education 
  • Community Transition Program 
  • SSC (Substance Abuse Curriculum)
  • Breaking the Chains (PTSD)
  • Introductory Craft Skills CORE Curriculum 

​In addition to the wide variety of program classes offered, the facility also teaches personal work ethic by mandating the performance of 350 hours of Community Service Work (CSW).  All offenders are required to perform community service.

The facility promotes responsible behavior by using a phased incentive program.  As an offender demonstrates more responsibility by his actions and progresses through the program, he earns more privileges.
Often offenders with substance abuse issues or offenders with a history of substance abuse issues are placed at the ISF.  In an effort to meet all the needs of the offenders placed, the ISF has instituted a substance abuse component to the program that will provide supportive substance abuse treatment.  Offenders assessed at intake that qualify for the substance abuse component will receive additional programing that addresses the offender's substance abuse and criminogenic needs.

Note:  Offenders with significant substance abuse issues would be be better served by attending a program that provides intensive treatment.