Ex-Offender Halfway Houses

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    Community-based programs that provide congregate living arrangements and a wide variety of counseling and supportive services for ex-offenders who recently have been released from a correctional facility but who require a gradual transition from that highly structured and supervised way of a life to a relatively free and normal existence in the community.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AMiracle4Sure, Inc. - Dauphin•Mentoring •Housing Assistance (home plan) •Transitional Living Support (female clients only) •Training (Family Reunification & Cognitive Behavioral Intervention) Providing services to individuals and their families that are impacted by the criminal justice system. Our agency works with our clients to assess their needs, work on solution plans and help coordinate referrals into necessary services with our partner agencies.DauphinAMiracle4Sure, Inc. - DauphinAMiracle4Sure, Inc.
    AMiracle4Sure, Inc. - JuniataMentoring • Housing Assistance (home plan) • Transitional Living Support • Training (Family Reunification & Cognitive Behavioral Intervention) Providing services to individuals and their families that are impacted by the criminal justice system. Our agency works with our clients to assess their needs, work on solution plans and help coordinate referrals into necessary services with our partner agencies.JuniataAMiracle4Sure, Inc. - JuniataAMiracle4Sure, Inc.
    Anthony's Way - Dominic HouseStructured Recovery House for Men. •Obtain Employment within First Two Weeks •Regular Drug & Alcohol Testing •Daily Chores •Weekly House Meetings •House Manager Lives Onsite •Step meetings •MAT Taking Medicated assisted treatment ACCEPTED Hanover * York County * Pennsylvania YorkAnthony's Way - Dominic HouseAnthony's Way
    Clare of Assisi House - Transitional HousingTransitional home for non-violent women returning from prison. Provides a home, food, clothing, life skills training, parenting classes, AA and NA opportunities, budgeting, assisting in finding employment and appropriate educational opportunities.BerksClare of Assisi HouseClare of Assisi House
    Stephen's Place - Halfway HouseHalfway house for non-violent adult males with a history of substance abuse who are coming out of prison and need a safe environment where they can re-integrate into society. Services for residents include counseling, twelve-step meetings, life skills/budget training and assistance securing employment. Residents are also referred to educational, vocational, drug/alcohol and rehabilitation services in the community for additional services. Adult, male, non-violent offenders who are currently drug/alcohol free may be referred by prison counselors, the parole system or treatment counselors. Self referrals will also be considered. Ex-offenders convicted of a violent crime, sex crime or arson are not eligible for this program.NorthamptonStephen's PlaceStephen's Place
    Transitional Housing For Women Leaving Prison - Catherine McAuley CenterIn partnership with other agencies, operates a transitional housing program for women leaving prison. The program identifies women from the Lackawanna County Prison who might effectively use this opportunity to change the direction of their lives, and offers alternative housing options and support services for up to one year. The ultimate goal of this program is to empower women to sustain independent living following their release from prison. Services include: group sessions in pre-release phase, intensive case management, assistance in finding safe housing, setting measurable goals with each client, assistance in finding employment and job training, rental assistance up to one year, assistance in moving, procuring furniture and personal supplies, art therapy, linkages to community services, assistance in being reunited with children, and recreational activities. All services are provided free of charge.LackawannaCatherine McAuley CenterCatherine McAuley Center
    Transition to CommunityHelps to meet the transitional needs of pre and post release male prisoners and their families in order to prepare them for reintegration into the community. Networks with other ministries and organizations and connects clients to resources. Provides pre-release orientation classes to educate sentenced men who are eligible for release. Also provides post-release services with a continuum of care through case management and supervised transitional housing for men who choose to participate in the program with the objective of a changed lifestyle. Program provides basic housing, Bible study, individual and budget counseling. Occupants must obtain employment. Case management services also available to non-residents. LancasterTransition to CommunityTransition to Community
    Whosoever Gospel Mission and Rescue Home Association - New Life ProgramProvides for the basic needs of homeless, disadvantaged men and also equips them with the skills and resources they need to achieve a fulfilling life, access to medical care, a lifestyle of recovery from addiction, a good job, financial self-sufficiency, a place they can call home, and long-term success as productive, contributing members of society. Also approved as a Home Plan for prisoners being paroled and released from prison in Pennsylvania.PhiladelphiaWhosoever Gospel Mission and Rescue Home Association - Philadelphia; East GermantownWhosoever Gospel Mission and Rescue Home Association
    Why Not Prosper - Transitional Living HouseThrough a 6-12 month residential program, helps formerly incarcerated women work on their substance abuse and mental health challenges, rejoin the workforce, reunite with family, develop financial responsibility and other life skills.PhiladelphiaWhy Not Prosper HouseWhy Not Prosper
    York Community Corrections CenterOur mission is to protect the public by confining persons committed to our custody in safe, secure facilities, and to provide opportunities for re-entrants to acquire the skills and values necessary to become productive law-abiding citizens, while respecting the rights of crime victims. •Halfway house of PA Department of Corrections •Re-integration & re-socialization counseling •24-hour security & supervision •Counseling includes time & money management, goal planning, family counseling •Employment referral •Referral to other agencies for specialized counselingYorkYork Community Corrections CenterYork Community Corrections Center

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