Operation Foresight
 Services, Inc.
763.441.7270
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16-Hour Class

 

16-Hour Drug and Alcohol Cognitive Skills and Awareness Classes

This program is designed for those people who need to take a more in-depth look at their misuse or abuse of alcohol and/or drugs.

Classes are offered in weekend and evening formats throughout the metro and extended area to make attending easier and more accessible.

Payment due in Money Order or Cashier's Check only
made out to: OFS


The goal of Operation Foresight Services is to provide an educational service dedicated to the reduction of alcohol and drug related offenses
in the State of Minnesota
.  Our goal is being met with specifically designed education classes tailored to provide better education,
insight, and information about the dynamics of dependency and the DUI laws of Minnesota.

 

PLEASE HAVE STUDENT TELEPHONE OPERATION FORESIGHT TO REGISTER FOR CLASS. 
PHONE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ENROLLMENT IN THE PROGRAM.

 

NOTE:  All program fees must be paid by money order or cashier’s check before or at the first class session.  The price listed is the discount rate for money order or cashier's check.  If paid ahead of time by credit card, the full price is $245.  There is no “make-up” session for a missed class.  If a student misses any part of their class, they will be required to begin class again and will be required to pay a rescheduling fee.  Operation Foresight Services will provide verification to the referring agency after a student has completed or missed a class.  Schedule of classes is subject to change without notice.

  

Call for information or to guarantee registration in class at 763-441-7270

THANK YOU FOR USING OPERATION FORESIGHT SERVICES


Prices subject to change without notice.

Operation Foresight Services

TELEPHONE: 763-441-7270    FAX: 763-441-6976













  

16 HOUR CLASSES FOR 2018 - $240.00

All locations are 2 Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

BLOOMINGTON

MAPLE GROVE

ELK RIVER

ST PAUL

April

No 16 Hr

April

07, 14

April

No 16 Hr

April

21, 28

May

No 16 Hr

May

05, 12

May

12, 19

May

12, 19

June

02, 09

June

02, 09

June

09, 16

June

16, 23

July

07, 14

July

07, 14

July

14, 21

July

21, 28

August

04, 11

August

04, 11

August

11, 18

August

18, 25

September

08, 15

September

08, 15

September

15, 22

September

22, 29

October

06, 13

October

06, 13

October

13, 20

October

20, 27

November

No 16 Hr

November

03, 10

November

10, 17

November

10, 17

December

No 16 Hr

December

01, 08

December

08, 15

December

08, 15



                                 Program Outline

               16-Hour Cognitive and Awareness Group (EAG)

HOURS 1-2
           Chalk-Talk Lecture:  “The Different Types of Chemical Users in Society”

                      Teaching by Instructor

                                            Group work with Students 
HOURS 3-4
           Chalk-Talk Lecture:  “The Pathology of Dependency”                           
                                           
Work with Students to enhance understanding of their own pathology.
HOURS 5-6

       Chalk Talk Lecture:    “Physical, Psychological, Social and Spiritual Dynamics of Chemical Use and Abuse”
                                                Lecture by Instructor
                                                Self Assessment Questionnaire
                                                Group work with Students 

 HOURS 7-8
 
           
Chalk-Talk Lecture”       “Dynamics of Recovery”
                                                    
“DUI Laws”
                                                    
“Community Resources”             
HOURS 9-10
         “DWI Laws and Consequences”
                                                    
Lecture by Instructor
                                                    
Students share experiences about how and why they are attending EAG.  
HOURS 11-12
            “What is a Mentally Healthy Person?” 
                                                  
Discussion with Students regarding realities of mental health, their understanding,
                                                   beliefs and myths.  
HOURS 13-14
            “Community Resources” (i.e.: self help groups; their history and effects).
                                                 
Group work with Students  
HOURS 15-16
Material recap.  Group discussion and questions.  Individual student evaluations and recommendations.


 



 



              

 

 

 

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