Program Summary


Induction is a minimum 30 day introductory phase at TCMB. This is the first phase a student must complete in order to advance in the program. Students will be expected to meet all requirements before being able to graduate into phase one.

The induction program is designed to be an intense daily routine with strict supervision. Induction Phase gives the student an opportunity to be free from all outside distractions and to focus on why they are here. Student will be on complete black out during there time in Induction. All personal business must be taken care of before entering the program or only after a student exits blackout. This includes: No visits, phone calls, mail, or probation/parole, and/or court dates. (Exception for emergency with permission by Program Director)

We are a open door policy, reminding students they are choosing to be here on their own accord and can choose to leave at any time. Induction is structured to challenge the student physically, mentally, and spiritually. All of this is in preparation for a new life in Christ, therefore we encourage each student to heed the words of Christ when he says “For which of you, intending to build a tower, does not sit down first and count the cost” (Luke 14:28) All men entering the program will hear the good news of Jesus Christ and be given the opportunity to accept Him as Savior and begin to allow Him to be Lord of their life as well. We desire that all men would come to know the Lord in a deep and personal way and as a result of fellowship with Jesus Christ they will embrace God’s promise “Therefore if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation, old things have passed away: behold, all things have become new” (II Cor. 5:17)


Requirements For Completion


Spent a minimum of 30 days in program

Completed all educational requirements

Must pass drug, alcohol, and nicotine test

Demonstrated a teachable spirit.

Demonstrated a willingness to lay aside all distractions that might hinder completion of the program and contain a potential to cause one to fall.

Applied yourself to the class work to the best of your ability.

Been faithful with work duties

Demonstrated a sufficient amount of self-control of temper, giving the staff a reasonable hope for

continued growth as a peacemaker in the future