"Get Right"

Evidenced-Based Anti-Recidivism Program 

Helping people learn how to make good decisions and remember what matters most.

Your communities and families are NOT better off without you, and it's never too late to get right and come home.

Let us show you the way.

"Get Right"
ReEntry and Anti-Recidivism Program 
"Get Right" ReEntry and Anti-Recidivism Program 

The Get Right Program was designed to support continued sobriety and successful community reintegration for people with a history of justice involvement and or long-term substance use. 


The Get Right Program combines Individual Counseling, Peer Support, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Moral Reconation Therapy - MRT.


Primary Objectives:

  • Teach people how and why to make good choices.
  • Counsel people who are recovering and in the process of adapting to a healthy, law-abiding life.
  • Connect people with support groups, community resources, 2nd chance employment, crisis support, and people who will walk alongside them as they rebuild their lives.
  • Support people who have made the decision to Get Right through on-going supportive services 1 day at a time, for as long as it takes.

Participants are provided assistance with obtaining basic personal needs, housing,  finding and maintaining employment and on-going therapy, peer mentoring and case management to ensure mental health stability and court-ordered compliance. 


Services are delivered by;

  • Therapists - Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Professional Counselor 

Provides intake, assessments, creates care plans, and Individual Group Therapy for Trauma, Substance Use Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, Relationships, Grief, and more. 

  • Group Instructor - Certified Moral Reconation Therapy Facilitator  

MRT Group Facilitators hold weekly group classes that teach people effectively how to make moral decisions.  Moral reasoning is how people make decisions about what they should or should not do in a given situation. Moral Reconation Therapy–MRT fosters moral development in treatment-resistant individuals.

  • Mentors - Behavioral Health Technician / Peer Support Specialist  

Provides supportive services that include meaningful community activity, healthy social interaction, advocacy, assistance navigating government programs, life skills training, employment assistance, and transportation to therapy, job interviews, court dates, probation reporting, drug testing, and other mission-critical appointments.

  • VR Counselor 

Provides skills development and rehabilitative instruction, assistance preparing for employment, job placement, guidance with SS/Disability if deemed appropriate, and educational referrals for clients that wish to return to school for GED, college, or skilled trades.


Services are delivered via Zoom, by phone, and in-person if necessary, and if proper PPE is available.


Standard Care Plan

Step 1 - Intensive (First 60 Days)

  • Individual Counseling 2 Times Per Week 
  • MRT Group 1 Time Per Week
  • Meet with Case Manager 2 Times Per Month 

Step 2 - Standard (Up-to 6 Months) 

  • Individual Counseling 1 Times Per Week 
  • MRT Group 1 Time Per Week
  • Meet with Case Manager 1-2 Times Per Month 
  • Skills Development  / Employment Assistance 1-3 Times Per Month 
  • Peer Support / Self-Help Mentoring 1-1 Time Per Week


The Get Right Program is intended to start out intensive and decrease in intensity over time as clients become stable, employed, and engaging in pro-social activities.  


Most graduates of the Get Right program are eligible and encouraged to apply to be trained as a Peer Recovery Support Specialist after 6 months of sobriety and law-abiding behavior.  


*Starting Pay for a Just 1 Life Peer Support is $16 Per Hour and goes as high as $25 Per Hour based on time on the job, quality of care, professionalism, amount of experience, and level of training.


At Just 1 Life we believe that a person's hard life experience can be converted into a powerful tool for good if it is used to help others.

Contact us to learn more.