Transitional housing for men and women who want to start their lives over as a result of addictions, mental health problems, incarceration, etc. Offers an 18-month, Christian-based program focusing on sobriety and independent productive living.
Additional programs include housing for homeless and single parents.
A community residential program designed to assist residents on work release in reintegrating into productive living and to provide an alternative to prison for residents convicted of 2nd or 3rd offense Operating While Intoxicated.
Residential /Work Release facilities offer a structured residential environment for both male and female offenders. The duration of the the program averages approximately four months with a one year legal limit.
Residential/Work Release facilities offer a structured residential environment for both male and female offenders. The duration of the the program averages approximately four months with a one year legal limit.
Provides supervision of offenders who are granted release from prison, or from the structure of the residential OWI program, by the Iowa Board of Parole. Offenders are monitored closely and provide services to the community.
A 63-bed male facility that provides highly structured live-in supervision for higher need offenders. Provides an alternative between street supervision and incarceration.
A 72 bed male/female facility that provides highly structured live-in supervision for higher need offenders. Provides an alternative between street supervision and incarceration.
A residential treatment center designed to serve clients with serious mental illness or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Residents are placed here as a condition of probation, as an alternative to county jail, Work Release of the OWI Program.
Provides a community residential program designed to be an alternative to prison or jail. Men & women are placed her as a condition of probation, offenders from the Federal Bureau of Prison and Federal Probation, along with women placed in the facility on Work Release, 2nd & 3rd Offense drunk drivers, Probation, Parole & Federal.
Provides services for male Work Releases, 2nd and 3rd Offense drunk drivers and Probationers as ordered by District Court or Board of Parole.
HARBOR OF HOPE MISSION is a residential and rehabilitation center for men. Most of the men come directly from jail or treatment. Their problems include addiction, divorce, loss of home and family and job termination. The goal is for residents to achieve self-sufficient independence.
Pre-employment training, job referral and placement, and post-placement follow-up to individuals who have been formerly incarcerated or those with other correctional/criminal justice histories. Works to reduce recidivism by supporting the efforts of people with criminal records to become employed, law-abiding members of the community.
Returning Citizens United program offers pre- and post-release services to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals through a faith-based adult mentoring program. Wraparound services are not limited to the program participant, but integrates the individual's family and community.
Additional services include peer support group,...
Pre-Release education / re-entry preparation for men, women, and youth incarcerated and provides services for reentry and community re-establishment. Community support for families affected by incarceration through prevention and intervention program initiatives.
Volunteers are recruited and trained initially as pen pals, then developed...