The Bad Check program has been used with prosecutors and their bad check departments as a deterrent against passing bad checks. It has been used as a bench referral by judges.
Our program workbook does not focus on balancing a checkbook, but rather on cognitive restruct
uring to address the underlying criminal thinking that is associated with the crime and consequences of writing a bad check.
The spotlight is on financial debt, wrong choices, retail shrinkage, checks and balances, values clarification, consequences, money management and skills for life.