|Chester County Prison||Chester County Prison provides detention, rehabilitative and reentry services to those who are incarcerated so that each individual may live in a clean, humane, and secure environment, and re-enter the community as a productive member.||Chester||*Main Site (Chester County Prison)||Chester County Prison|
|Duquesne University School of Law, Tribone Center for Clinical Legal Education - Federal Litigation Clinic||Provides legal services to assist youths in navigating school disciplinary, suspension, and expulsion hearings as well as alternative education placements. Referrals come from family court as well as the Juvenile Defender Clinic.||Allegheny||Duquesne University School of Law, Tribone Center for Clinical Legal Education||Duquesne University|
|F.O.R.E./Female Opportunities in Re-Entry program of Lebanon County||Provide advocacy, education and support for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated females and their families
Job search, financial help with rehabilitation facilities or transitional housing||Lebanon||F.O.R.E./Female Opportunities in Re-Entry program of Lebanon County|| Re-Entry program |
|Gaudenzia - Correctional Rehabilitation Services||Specialized programs for individuals involved in the criminal justice system including services for addiction, dual diagnosis, and mental illness.||Montgomery||Gaudenzia - Norristown Headquarters||Gaudenzia, Inc|
|In His Eyes Outreach - Mentoring Program||Mentoring women and men in the Montgomery County Correctional Facility to help prepare them for a successful transition back home.||Montgomery||In His Eyes Outreach - Montgomery; Norristown||In His Eyes Outreach|
|Justice & Mercy, Inc.||Educates and informs the public at large, advocates cost-effective and practical reforms within the criminal justice system and by supports and encouraging wise public policy.
Networks with and supports other criminal justice organizations and encourage church and community outreach efforts by working to increase knowledge and understanding of public policy issues.
Provides care and aftercare for both offenders and their victims, as we work through mentoring, alternative sentencing and other programs in order to restore and rehabilitate.
Mentor training for ex-offenders
Legislative Issues||Lancaster||Justice & Mercy, Inc.||Justice & Mercy, Inc.|
|Mentor and Mentor Support||Mentors are trained through Prison Fellowship and then connected with inmates while they are still incarcerated.||Dauphin||HELP Ministries||Christian Churches United|
|Mural Arts Program - Restorative Justice||Current inmates, probationers and parolees, and juvenile delinquents are given the opportunity to learn new skills through art-based community services.||Philadelphia||Mural Arts Program||City of Philadelphia|
|New Person Center||Provide transitional housing for recently released inmates and assistance with all the issues of reentry into the community. The Centers provide care and aftercare for offenders and victims, and for their families, and provide public education on offender and community safety and re-entry issues. The Centers program works to build character and reduce recidivism by providing support, encouragement, and mentoring to those marginalized by society because of their former inmate status. Emphasis is placed on character building and helping returning citizens become productive members of society.||Berks||New Person Ministries||New Person Ministries|
|Philadelphia Behavioral Health System and Mental Retardation Services - Mental Health Forensic Case Management Program||Mental Health Forensic Case Management Program provides community based services to individuals who suffer from mental illness, who are incarcerated in the Philadelphia Prison System or who have a history of incarceration. The program works in conjunction with the Department of Behavioral Health Services Targeted Case Management Unit to promote mental health awareness and to improve the lives of those who suffer from mental illness.||Philadelphia||Mental Health Partnerships (MHP) - Philadelphia; Center City||Mental Health Partnerships|
|Prison Action Commitee||CCU's oldest ministry, the Prison Action Committee (PAC), serves as a voice for those incarcerated and coordinates both staff and volunteer pastoral care for inmates at area prisons. PAC is tasked with funding 25% of the Associate Chaplain's position at the Dauphin County Prison.||Dauphin||HELP Ministries||Christian Churches United|
|Thresholds of Chester County - Decision-Making Training Program||Thresholds of Chester County is a 100% volunteer run nonprofit that teaches a specific 6-step decision-making model to inmates in the Chester County Prison, work release center, and youth center.||Chester||THRESHOLDS OF CHESTER COUNTY||Thresholds of Chester County|
|Worship Services||CCU coordinates with area churches and Dauphin County Work Release to provide regular weekly Sunday worship services and fellowship for men and women inmates and their families. Public invited.
If your church would be interested in providing a praise and worship team for a Sunday service, Contact CCU @ (717) 230-9550 or email@example.com||Dauphin||HELP Ministries||Christian Churches United|
|York County Prison||The prison’s mission is to house in a safe and humane manner all adult offenders committed for offenses committed in York County, and to provide inmates with the opportunity to participate in programs that will successfully help them reintegrate into the community.
Inmates may be pretrial detainees awaiting trial or those already sentenced by the Court of Common Pleas. The prison also houses federal immigration detainees in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The facility has an official capacity of 2,522.
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