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United Way of Lancaster County
Description of Program
Prison provides minimum to maximum security levels. Average length of stay is approximately 70 days. Those committed and sentenced can be held for periods up to 2 years less one day. The prison offers a wide range of opportunities designed to assist those incarcerated in changing their lifestyle to include educational classes and reentry services to assist them in becoming productive members of their communities.
Services available to those incarcerated:
- Prison Physician: 24-hour medical coverage and emergency services through PrimeCare Medical.
- Prison Psychiatrist: Mental health and crisis counseling through PrimeCare Medical.
- Drug and Alcohol (D&A) Education Unit: Daily individual D&A, group counseling/education, guest speakers; weekly Narcotics and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings through community volunteers.
- Anger and stress management classes.
- Parenting classes.
- Individual and group spiritual counseling and services through daily clergy visits coordinated through Support for Prison Ministries provides.
- Bible Study, English and Spanish Bible studies through community volunteers and chaplains’ staff.
- Adult Basic Education through IU13: Individual High School Equivalency Testing (HISET) formerly GED testing.
- Juvenile Education Program and Special Education through School District of Lancaster’s Title I credit recovery and High School Diploma program.
- Sexual assault support groups and counseling through YWCA.
- Internal Inmate Trustee Work Program assisting in daily food service, supply and general maintenance of facility.
- Work Release Program for those deemed by the court to be eligible.
- Community Service Program: Aids with a wide range of projects for nonprofit and government agencies.
- Re-Entry Programming for Males and Females.