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Title: Puppy Training

Rescue 2 Restore Implementing Animal Programs in
DJJ Facilities
  • Chrissy Kaczynski, Animal Programs Coordinator

Mission and Vision
  • Mission
  • Rescue 2 Restore is a mutually beneficial program
    aiming to improve the quality of life for youth
    housed in juvenile detention centers around the
    state of Georgia while providing a second chance
    for rescue/shelter dogs that would otherwise have
    been euthanized.
  • Vision
  • OFFER HOPE AND CHANGE, where youth will gain a
    sense of responsibility and companionship, and
    the dogs will become adoptable.

Program Establishment
Rescue 2 Restore was established in June 2014 as
a component of the Georgia Department of Juvenile
Justice, Division of Volunteer Services. The
department identified animal programming as a
successful method to provide youth with life
skills, while educating the youth on animal care
and compassion. Behaviorally, animal programs
have proven to alleviate depression and encourage
good behavior. Rescue 2 Restore is responsible
for building community partnerships and providing
the youth with positive animal interactions and
Scope of Service
  • System Wide Services
  • Training Providing structured dog training
    programs in the facilities that house animals.
    The training program will teach the dogs skills
    to make them more adoptable, while teaching the
    youth patience and using positive reinforcement
    to create positive results.
  • Education One time and recurrent volunteers will
    educate the youth on a variety of animal issues
    including proper animal care, animal abuse and
    cruelty, pet therapy, working and service dogs,
    careers in the pet industry, and competitive dog
  • Community Partnerships Through community
    partnerships the youth will be able to give back
    to their community through programs in the
    facilities and community service after release.

Community Partnerships
  • Dog Training Programs In these programs the
    youth give back to the community by providing
    training to dogs that would otherwise be
    euthanized at local shelters. Through these
    partnerships the youth are able to help the dogs,
    rescue groups, and eventually families in their
    community who seek to adopt a well trained dog.
  • Dog House Building Youth will be able to build
    dog houses to provide proper shelter for dogs in
    their community. Thus assisting both families who
    cannot afford adequate housing for their pets and
    the animals that benefit from proper shelter.
  • Community Service Partnerships Youth will have
    opportunities to volunteer through community
    outreach and animal welfare projects.

Current Programs
  • Elbert Shaw Regional Youth Detention Center
  • Community Partner The Humane Society of
    Northwest Georgia
  • Current Dogs 2
  • Youth in Program varies

Current Programs
  • Muscogee Youth Development Campus
  • Community Partner Humane Society of Harris
  • Current Dogs 4
  • Youth in Program 9
  • Training Currently have a 12 week training
    program with a volunteer trainer assisting one
    day a week.

Future Programs
  • Gainesville Regional Youth Detention Center
  • Community Partner The Humane Society of
    Northeast Georgia
  • Planned of Dogs 4
  • Planned of Youth varies
  • Atlanta Youth Development Campus
  • Community Partner Atlanta Pet Rescue
  • Planned of Dogs 4
  • Planned of Youth 8

Community Partners Role
  • Provide vet care for the dogs in the program
  • Provide all supplies and medications needed for
    the dogs in the program
  • Transport dogs who graduate the program to
    adoption events and to meet potential families
  • If possible, provide resources for training and
    speakers at their partner facility
  • If possible, provide community service or
    employment opportunities for the youth in the

Animal Program Coordinator's Role
  • Provide assistance in locating trainers and
    speakers to supplement the program in the
  • Assist in training DJJ staff and ensuring the
    animals and youth are interacting in a safe
  • Assist in evaluating the temperament of potential
    dogs for the program
  • Oversee the implementation of new programs and
    growth of existing programs
  • Evaluate program effectiveness
  • Advise on best practices and assist with
    identifying and implementing beneficial programs

Expected Outcomes
  • The youth will learn to use positive
    reinforcement to achieve positive results through
    training their canine partners
  • Good behavior will increase among the youth who
    want to participate and remain in the dog program
  • Depression will decrease among the youth in the
  • The youth will develop a sense of responsibility
    through caring for their canine partner.
  • The Puppies will get potty Training .

Expected Outcomes
  • The youth will repay their community through
    training homeless pets and assisting in making
    them adoptable.
  • The youth will learn about animal care, rescue,
    training, and adoption.
  • The youth will see the positive result of their
    contribution when the animals graduate the
    program and are adopted.
  • The DJJ will provide a service to the community
    by housing the homeless pets at their facility.

Community Partnership Programs
  • The Humane Society of the United States(HSUS)
    Pets for Life Program
  • Youth required to complete community service
    hours will partner with their outreach program.
    They will learn about animal care and the HSUS
    outreach efforts that provide veterinary care in
    low income neighborhoods.
  • Lifeline Animal Project Dog House Building
  • Youth at YDC locations with wood shops will build
    dog houses to donate to Lifeline Animal Project
    for their outreach efforts.
  • Lifeline will explain their efforts in low income
    neighborhoods to the youth and follow up with
    success stories after the houses are delivered.

  • Chrissy Kaczynski
  • Animal Programs Coordinator
  • (470) 230-9308
  • 3408 Covington Highway
  • Decatur, GA 30032
  • https//justforthedogs.com/
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