What is PASS?
PASS provides educational materials nationally to prisoners in state and federal prisons and jails. PASS is the only nationally recognized program of its kind, and is assisted by a wide array of lawyers, educators, and mental health experts who have worked with prisoners for over 25 years. Prisoners who successfully complete the PASS program earn a degree in Personal Psychological Development which can be used as evidence of rehabilitation before parole boards and with prison officials.
This module on Conflict Resolution covers how to deal with all conflicts whether interpersonal, employment, or family in a constructive, healthy manner so as to avoid protracted disagreements.
This module on Living With Purpose covers how to identify and live out prisoner's long term goals and how to find purpose, meaning, and direction in life in and out of prison.
This module on Non-Violent Communication covers the essential elements of how to communicate in relationships, at work, or with authority figures in a way which is guaranteed to keep the prisoner in a pro-social manner.