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Jeff Imboden, the county’s chief adult probation officer when Renaissance Crossroads was established, listens during an event held Thursday, Oct.13, at Lebanon VA Medical Center to celebrate the 15th year of the alternative sentencing program for nonviolent offenders with substance abuse problems. Tylwalk talks about the success of Renaissance Crossroads during an event held at the Lebanon VA Medical Center on Thursday, Oct.13, to celebrate the 15th year of the alternative sentencing program for nonviolent offenders with substance abuse problems.Roy Smith, founder and CEO of PCS, said he wished he could have set up a line of 10,000 dominoes to demonstrate the ripple effect each Renaissance Crossroads' success story has had on the community."When you leave here today, realize that you were really at a meeting with 10,000 people," he said.Speaking directly to those recovering addicts, Bomberger said their life now was being lived in a fish bowl, free from the distractions and temptations of the ocean outside, where all they had to do was work toward their recovery.“All you have to worry about here is how you are going to figure out the rest of your life and how you are going to stay clean for today and this month,” she said.“I can say today, after 15 years, I am 99.9 percent certain I will never use heroin again.
Tylwalk, who works with others in the judiciary to determine who is eligible for the Renaissance Programs, praised those in attendance who have completed the program."You do the hard work every single day and you make us look good," he said. It might not always seem that way, but we appreciate the hard work you do every day to make yourself a success."Chief Adult Probation Officer Sally Barry talks about Renaissance Crossroads during an event held at the Lebanon VA Medical Center on Thursday, Oct.
It is not an option to use again, no matter what happens. It’s gone.”To achieve what Bomberger has, they will have to complete a 34-month program that begins with an intensive inpatient period lasting between 12 to 22 months, living in a secure wing of the Lebanon VA Medical Center.
After successful completion of that phase, which includes finding employment, they will return to the community, living under house arrest supervised by the Lebanon County Adult Probation officers and continuing outpatient treatment until their sentence is complete.
Successful completion is a milestone marked with a graduation ceremony.
Those who fail by not abiding by the rules are kicked out and complete their sentences in state prison.
The program celebrated its 15th anniversary during an event held Thursday, Oct. Lauren Bomberger gave a moving speech about how the Renaissance Crossroads program helped her beat her heroin addiction during an event held Thursday, Oct.