Community Justice

Since 1896, Volunteers of America has championed the humane treatment of prisoners and has provided services to help offenders successfully transition from prison to productive life in the community. Backed by its previous legacy of services, Volunteers of America's correctional professionals of today continue to develop innovative evidence-based service models to serve the disconnected and socially disadvantaged persons re-entering society after periods of incarceration.

Our unique partnerships within local communities represent one of the nation's best opportunities to engage citizens in the process of offering acceptance, service, and guidance to formerly incarcerated citizens. These efforts not only provide life-changing benefits for the formerly incarcerated but also make a direct impact on the health and vitality of the local community. 

For more information about our Community Justice programs click here.

For more information about recovery services in Knox and Waldo County click here.

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