UCCI offers research guided and proven approaches for intervention, supporting individual rehabilitation and societal reduction in recidivism.

GROUP INTERVENTIONS utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach to change behavior through means of social learning and motivational engagement by teaching moderate to high need individuals how to manage their risk factors. These curricula place heavy emphasis on skill building activities to assist with cognitive, social, emotional, and coping skill development. 

Collaborative relationship models utilizing a cognitive-behavioral learning approach afford staff agency ways to provide INDIVIDUAL INTERVENTION opportunities. In one-on-one sessions or situations, staff have the ability to shape behavior in ways that lead to long-term change.