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Community Corrections

Holistic residential reentry programs provided in Indianapolis and Evansville

Residential Reentry Services

Reentry programs are currently provided at Brandon Hall and Theodora House in Indianapolis and at Hope Hall in Evansville. These three facilities are all residential, work-release facilities and are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

An overview of the reentry programs we offer for individuals transitioning out of prison or jail.

Comprehensive Support

Wrap-around services for persons transitioning out of incarceration & their families

Brandon Hall is a 95 bed work-release center in Indianapolis for previously incarcerated men and women. Referrals are received from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Residents are required to maintain employment and follow court orders/restrictions. They must also address applicable individual programming goals such as mental health and addiction treatment, anger management and life skills development. Family reunification services and substance abuse classes are offered to residents. The facility is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Call (317) 686-9841 for more information.

Hope Hall is a 100 bed residential reentry center for previously incarcerated men and women in Evansville. Residents are required to maintain employment and follow court orders/restrictions. They must also address applicable individual programming goals such as mental health and addiction treatment, educational needs and life skills development. The facility is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Call (812) 423-1949 for more information.

NOTE:

It is the policy of Volunteers of America of Indiana (VOA) to provide a safe and secure environment for all staff, volunteers, contractors, visitors and residents and to maintain a program for the prevention of sexual conduct in any correctional facility operated by VOA. Volunteers of America is committed to zero (0) tolerance for sexual conduct between staff, volunteers, contractors, visitors, or residents whether committed by staff, volunteers, contractors, visitors, or other residents.

Allegations of sexual abuse or sexual harassment that involve potential criminal behavior will be referred to the appropriate legal authority to conduct criminal investigations. Rape Elimination Act Intuitional Plan; PREA Audit Brandon Hall 2016; PREA Audit Hope Hall 2016

Please report any allegations of sexual misconduct that may have occurred in a Volunteers of America of Indiana operated correctional facility to the Chief Operating Officer Shannon Schumacher at 317-686-9779 or by email at sschumacher@voain.org.