- Mental Health Care & Counseling
- Substance Abuse Prevention & Treatment
- Support Groups
- Transitional Housing / Shelters
For the formerly incarcerated , having a place to stay in a supportive environment is the first step toward successful re-entry to society. Having a home, and not just a house, can make all the difference.
Upon their release, offenders who have been carefully screened, live at Dismas House as they transition back into the community.
Here, they find a safe haven and a family-like atmosphere amid college students, staff and many volunteers who become part of their daily lives.
Typically, residents live for 4-6 months in Dismas House, which is built on a framework of support, self-sufficiency and personal accountability. Professional caseworkers help to match them with resources to meet each person’s unique needs. For their part, residents stay for a minimum of 90 days, uphold positive standards of living, participate in a holistic programming model, are active members of the household and broader community, and pay a modest program fee.
Program Preview luncheons on the third Thursday of every month from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.
Serves formerly incarcerated males ages 18 and older.
Mon-Fri, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Fee and Payment Methods