In the Action Phase participants put into action all that they have been exposed to and have learned in the program thus far. In Phase III, the Action Phase, participants attend court bi-weekly. Toward the end of the Action Phase, the participant and/or the parents will meet with the MCSAC Coordinator to develop an Arrival Road Map/Individual Relapse Plan for the Arrival Phase.
The Action Phase is complete when:
- The MCSAC participant has had four consecutive weeks of negative tests.
- The MCSAC participant has accomplished at least 80% of the Action Road Map objectives.
- The MCSAC participant has developed an Arrival Road Map/Relapse Prevention Plan that has been approved by the MCSAC Coordinator.
Rewards for finishing this phase include:
- Moving to the Arrival Phase
- Customized reward