Community Service Programs

About the Community Service Program:

CJC’s Prepped for Life Program equips Individuals to navigate their path toward better life-choices and a new start.  People who are directed to community service hours may not have learned in childhood what we teach.  We work with our students strengths and encourage them towards God’s intended path. The goal is to help them become healthier, happier, more productive individuals by dissolving self-imposed obstacles, limitations, and destructive life-style choices.  Often, the answer to one’s future is in their past. 

If someone is suffering from past or present hurts, our programs can help the healing process. This program puts them on the path to life transformation with healing hope.

This is a five-week faith-based life-skills and behavior transformation program, held in-person in Kendall and Bandera Counties. The curriculum covers generational programming, dealing with hurt and guilt, setting boundaries, building character, conflict resolution, anger management, healthy relationships, domestic violence,  forgiveness, and money matters.

Register in the County of Referral:

Kendall County Program

 MEN       WOMEN 

Bandera County Program

 MEN       WOMEN 

Who is eligible?

​Anyone referred by the Kendall Pretrial Services, Kendall or Bandera County Probation Offices, Boerne Municipal Court, or self-referred who is sober and drug-free may enroll in the Community Service Prepped for Life program.    

Do I need a high school diploma?

You do not need a high school diploma or GED to attend.  

What hours and days are the classes?

Classes are 2-hour blocks, twice a week for five-weeks.  Classes are most often held in the evening from 6 - 8 p.m.

Programs repeat approximately every 7 weeks and are coordinated by Christian Journey Courses in conjunction with Kendall and Bandera Adult Probation Offices.