Clinical treatment programs to help ex-offenders become productive members of the community
Maud Booth, co-founder of Volunteers of America, was a national leader and pioneer in the prison reform movement. Maud and Volunteers of America opened and operated the first halfway houses in the country in the late 1800s.
We continue to see the importance of these programs for the formerly incarcerated and the community and provide evidence-based residential treatment programs for ex-offenders. Our services include intensive case management, group and individual counseling, substance abuse counseling, job-readiness skill development and referrals to community resources. The programs helps ex-offenders acquire the skills necessary to strengthen family relationships, establish positive support networks and become productive members of their community.
Dayton Residential Reentry
Cincinnati Residential Reentry
Mansfield Residential Reentry