26 January Men Enlightening Youths of Today at WCI January 26, 2017 By ODRC Institutions, Warren Correctional Institution (WCI) M.E.Y.O.T., Recidivism, Addiction, WCI, Judge Walter Rice 0 M.E.Y.O.T (Men Enlightening Youths of Today) was created to be an inmate organization within the prison system, designed to help inmates while incarcerated start the process of change. M.E.Y.O.T. started at Warren Correctional Institution in May of 2013. M.E.Y.O.T.'s mission (rescinding the patterns of recidivism) is to provide an atmosphere conducive for creating a positive mental attitude in those who are incarcerated and will be returning home from incarceration. M.E.Y.O.T. has a 10-week curriculum dealing with Addiction, The Addictive Belief System, Addictive Cycle and Anger. Through a sequence of lectures, presentations, guest speakers, in a class room setting, where oral and written exams are given to measure guys comprehension and retention. WCI recently hosted a banquet where 14 graduates received their certificates from this program. Judge Walter Rice, United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio was the guest speaker. Related Clemency Report for Inmate Raymond Tibbetts, #363-178 Ohio History Connection - Women in America Panel Clemency Report for Inmate Alva Campbell, Jr., #354-963 NERC Ladies Run for Reentry LMM Chopping for Change Graduates Class #4 ODRC Becomes First to Receive National Lucy Webb Hayes Award Comments are closed.