Thresholds & Transitions Sites
Indianapolis Re-Entry Education Facility
The first of its kind in the country. IREF is dedicated to addressing individual re-entry barriers for each resident. In an open campus environment, a setting that is as close to community living as possible, a resident focuses on education and vocational skills established during the last 12 to 36 months of incarceration.
Outpatient addiction treatment services in Indianapolis for youth and adults.
Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility
A state prison for males between the ages of 12 and 22. The campus style facility established in 2000 with the purpose of “preparing young men for re-entry into society equipped with the necessary skills to avoid further criminal behavior”
New Castle Correctional Facility
A privately-run (but State owned) 2,416 bed minimum-to-medium security prison for men which also has a maximum security psychiatric unit. Of particular interest is the “outside of the facility dorm” that houses men that are preparing for re-entry into community.
Marion County Drug Treatment Diversion Court
Represents an innovative approach to provide effective treatment for drug abusers in the criminal justice system by offering alternative sentencing and more meaningful personalized sanctions for offenders.
Indianapolis Men’s Work Release Center
A minimum-security facility for men housing 138 in dormitory housing provides a residential alternative sentencing option and intermediate step in the re-entry process from traditional incarceration.
An electronic waste recycling business venture with a social purpose that creates transitional jobs for at-risk workers with an emphasis on formerly incarcerated fathers.