Valued Life Coach for New Inmates

National Prison Coach consults with women, men, juveniles and their families who will soon be incarcerated within the prison system for the first time. They will answer your questions, and offer assurance that you can survive this experience.
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Being sentenced to incarceration for the first time is a traumatic experience not just for the offender, but also for the family and friends. Even if the sentence was expected it is a terrible shock and you do not know who to turn to.  You are ashamed to talk to your friends because there is still a stigma about having an offender in the family and the prison authorities have too many inmates to deal with, however, now help is at hand.

National Prison Coach is an organisation who really cares. Based in Southern California, it is a top-rated Certified Prison Consultancy. Headed by its Director and Founder Frank Montoya who has hands-on experience in prison life, NPC will prepare you for your sentence, taking away the fear of the unknown.

Frank Montoya grew up in Southern California in a family whose roots were in law enforcement but as a youngster he rebelled against his background and got into crime at an early age. At the age of 22 he was sentenced to serve 15 years in the California Department of Corrections. Montoya kept his head down in prison and studied hard. He gained a Business Degree and realising his experience could help others he later became a certified Prison Consultant and started National Prison Coach.

His aim was not to prevent youngsters from getting into crime but to help those who were found guilty and face incarceration for the first time. Realising from his own time behind bars that the quiet kid soon becomes the target of bullying and taunting, combined with first-time prisoners (in amongst violent offenders) that don’t know who to trust he set out to help them.

National Prison Coach provides a Pre-Post Sentencing Pack, “How to Survive in Jail,” which is designed to take the fear away and help not only the offenders but also their families. NPC also has a Two-Part “Prison Life Training Program,” which provides direction, instruction and training prior, during and after incarceration.  Part 1 covers Prison Life, the daily lifestyle and what to expect and helps family and friends understand what the prisoner is going through as well as preparing them for their time inside. Part 2 is a Physical Training program the prisoner can undertake in jail not only to keep fit, but to relieve the boredom of incarceration.

All consultations are completely confidential and you can find out more about National Prison Coach by logging into their website or call them at (888) 573-3370. The website contains a confidential enquiry form, full details of the company’s terms and conditions and three videos designed to give offenders of all ages and genders an insight of what to expect. The first “ Quiet Kid Learns to Cope in Prison,” shows what a raw young lad has to experience, the second “Pregnant in Prison,” features a pregnant mother expecting twins who will be born behind bars and the third “Kids Behind Bars,”  has a 17-year-old in Ark Valley where half the prisoners are violent offenders.

Prison does not have to be a scary place and can be made easier for all concerned if you contact National Prison Coach.

They will help you through this traumatic time.

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National Prison Coach

November 2010

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National Prison Coach helps families prepare for incarceration. National Prison Coach consults with women, men, juveniles and their families who will soon be incarcerated within the prison system for the first time.
Source:Amanda Wilkins
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