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1 CAROLINA JUSTICE POLICY CENTER NC s Criminal Justice Resource Directory 2010 Criminal Justice Advocacy since 1975 People who graduate from a well structured community based corrections program are half as likely to be rearrested. Pictured: Peter Bell, Durham Re entry Graduate Photo by Jenny Warburg 2010 C A R O L I N A North Carolina s JUSTICE POLICY CENTER Criminal Justice Resource Directory The North Carolina Criminal Justice Resource Directory for Practitioners, Adult Offenders and Their Families is intended as a compass to help navigate North Carolina s network of community-based corrections programs, alternative programs to incarceration, re-entry programs, volunteer groups, offenders and their families toward services within local communities and throughout the state. The directory is organized alphabetically by county. FOR PRACTITIONERS, OFFENDERS & THEIR FAMILIES WWW. JUSTICEPOLICYCENTER. ORG 0

2 The North Carolina Criminal Justice Resource Directory for Practitioners, Offenders and Their Families is intended as a compass to help navigate North Carolina s network of community based corrections programs, alternative programs to incarceration, re entry programs, legal assistance programs and other programs. The directory is organized alphabetically by county. The Carolina Justice Policy Center has advocated for positive solutions to criminal justice problems in North Carolina since Our programs and this directory have been made possible through the generous support of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and individual contributors. We hope that you will find the information provided to be useful and encourage your feedback. Staff: Lao E. Rubert, Director Nikki McDougald, Program Associate Keith Harmon, Graduate Intern (NC Central University) Nathaniel Boston, Volunteer Office Assistant Patricia McDonald, Volunteer Office Assistant Board of Directors: Dr. George P. Wilson, Sr. Chair Attorney Linda Weisel Vice Chair Dr. Peter H. Burian Dr. Jarvis Hall Mr. Edd Gulati Partee Attorney Sheria Reid C A R O L I N A JUSTICE POLICY CENTER Post Office Box 309 Durham, North Carolina (919) Criminal Justice Advocacy, Education, Services & Solutions since

3 Counties A Z A Alamance Judicial District 15 A 15 A JUDICIAL DISTRICT SENTENCING SERVICES 126 West Elm Street Graham, NC (336) District Administrator: Julia DiLello Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services Target Population: Defendants charge with felonies or A1 misdemeanants Referral: Defendants, families, attorneys, prosecutor, judge, or interested agency. ALAMANCE CASWELL LME 319 N. Graham Hopedale Road, Suite A Burlington, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (888) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse 2

4 ALAMANCE COUNTY COMMUNITY SERVICES AGENCY 1946 A. Martin Street Burlington, NC (336) Program/Services Provided: Offers various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. ALAMANCE COUNTY JUDICIAL SERVICES 114 D South Maple St. Graham, NC (336) Director(s): Gary Cole Contact: Gary Cole Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Batterers Program, and Sex Offender Services. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 2720 S. Mebane Street Burlington, NC (336) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. OXFORD HOUSE Contact: Troy Manns (Outreach Specialist) Contact Number: (919) Program Description: Oxford House is a clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery. If you know the house to which you would like to apply, call that house directly. The number can be obtained by the link provided above. For more information about the housing in your region call the outreach specialist listed above. 3

5 Criminal Justice Initiative: If you are trying to arrange an Oxford House placement from prison prior to release contact: Mr. Keith Hanes at (919) Referral: Any potential resident must be interviewed and voted in by the residents of that house. Alexander Judicial District 22 A ALEXANDER COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM Dayton Office Bldg 40 First St. Southwest Taylorsville, NC (828) Director(s): Anita Price Programs/Services Provided: Resource Center Referral Source: Court imposed Program ALEXANDER COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM 326 First Avenue SW Taylorsville, NC (866) Programs/Services Provided: Individual and Group Counseling APPROPRIATE PUNISHMENT OPTIONS, INC. 227 Harrill Street Statesville, NC (704) Director(s): Pamela Navey Contact: Tammy Lippard Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Resource Center, Sentencing Services, Youth Incentive Program, and Re entry Services. and Juveniles Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. 4

6 CATAWBA VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2550 Highway 70 SE Hickory, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Alexander Correctional Institution, Catawba Correctional Center, and Lincoln Correctional Center Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST th Street SW Taylorsville, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. SMOKY MOUNTAIN CENTER 44 Bonnie Lane Sylva, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse Alleghany Judicial District 23 BLUE RIDGE COMMUNITY ACTION, INC. 710 Beech Street North Wilkesboro, NC (336) Programs/Services Provided: Offers various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. 5

7 BLUE RIDGE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER 133 North Water Street, Suite B Boone, NC (828) Director(s): Melissa Johnson Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services, Mediation, and Intervention Services. and Juveniles Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. NEW RIVER BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE P.O. Box 159 Sparta, NC (336) Director(s): Joan Hinson Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center SMOKY MOUNTAIN CENTER 44 Bonnie Lane Sylva, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse Anson Judicial District 20 A ANSON COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM 119 N. Washington Street Wadesboro, NC (704) Director(s): Crystal Hailey Programs/Services Provided: Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center 6

8 Referral Source: Court imposed Program EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 116 West Wade Street Wadesboro, NC (704) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. RECOVERY ASSOCIATES ANSON COUNTY 148 E. Morgan St., Suite B Wadesboro, NC (888) Director(s): Richard Meinecke Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center and Batterers Program. Referral Source: Individuals can be referred by probation/parole officers, private practice attorneys, or a criminal justice partnership program. SANDHILLS CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES/SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES P.O. Box 9 West End, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse SANDHILLS COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM P.O. Box 937 Carthage, NC (910) Programs/Services Provided: Offers various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. 7

9 Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. SOUTH PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 126 Polkton, NC (704) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Anson Correctional Center, Brown Creek Correctional Institution, and Lanesboro Correctional Institution Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. Ashe Judicial District 23 BLUE RIDGE COMMUNITY ACTION, INC. 710 Beech Street North Wilkesboro, NC (336) Programs/Services Provided: Offers various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. BLUE RIDGE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER 133 North Water Street, Suite B Boone, NC (828) Director(s): Melissa Johnson Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services, Mediation, and Intervention Services. and Juveniles Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some Services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. NEW RIVER BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CARE 221 West Main Street Jefferson, NC (336)

10 Director(s): Paige A. Stephens Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Resource Center SMOKY MOUNTAIN CENTER 44 Bonnie Lane Sylva, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse Avery Judicial District 24 AVERY COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM P.O. Box 40 Newland, NC (828) Director(s): Ida McNiel Programs/Services Provided: Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center BLUE RIDGE COMMUNITY ACTION, INC. 710 Beech Street North Wilkesboro, NC (336) Programs/Services Provided: Offer various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information of applying. 9

11 BLUE RIDGE DISPUTE SETTLEMENT CENTER 133 North Water Street, Suite B Boone, NC (828) Director(s): Melissa Johnson Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services, Mediation, and Intervention Services. and Juveniles Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some Services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. MAYLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 547 Spruce Pine, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Avery/Mitchell Correctional Institution, Blue Ridge Youth Center, Buncombe Correctional Institution, and Mountain View Correctional Institution Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. SMOKY MOUNTAIN CENTER 44 Bonnie Lane Sylva, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse WATAUGA/AVERY DRUG TREATMENT COURT PROGRAM 200 Montezuma St. Newland, NC (828) ext. 249 Director(s): Theresa King Contact: Kimberly Laws Programs/Services Provided: Mental Health Treatment, Offender Housing, Drug Treatment Court, Job Training/Placement, Substance Abuse Treatment, Counseling, Adult Services, and Offender Family Services. 10

12 WATAUGA/AVERY/MITCHELL/YANCEY COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAM 225 Birch St., Suite 2 Boone, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Offers various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. B Beaufort Judicial District 2 BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 1069 Washington, NC (252) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Hyde Correctional Institution and Tyrrell Prison Work Farm Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. BEAUFORT COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM 1308 Highland Drive, Suite 102 Washington, NC (252) ext. 213 Director: Susan Walker Programs/Services Provided: Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center EAST CAROLINA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 800 Cardinal Rd. New Bern, NC

13 24 hr Access/Crisis Number: (877) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 112 West Third Street Washington, NC (252) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. MARTIN COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION, INC. P.O. Box 806 Williamston, NC (252) Programs/Services Provided: Offers various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. Bertie Judicial District 6 B BERTIE COUNTY DAY REPORTING CENTER 128 East Granville Street Windsor, NC (252) Director(s): Michael Johnson Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Day Reporting Center, Residential Treatment Program Referrals, Batterer s Program, Job Training/Placement, Prevention, Women s Services, and Re entry Services. and Juveniles (with consent only) (No Phone Calls) 12

14 CHANGING SEASONS TREATMENT SERVICES 128 East Granville Street Windsor, NC (252) Director(s): Charles LaCavera Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Counseling, and Adult Services. and Criminal Justice/DWI Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. CHOANOKE AREA DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF NC, INC. P.O. Box 530 Rich Square, NC (252) Program/Services Provided: Offers various housing assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. EAST CAROLINA BEHAVIORAL HEALTH 800 Cardinal Rd New Bern, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (877) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse JUDICIAL DISTRICTS 6A AND 6B SENTENCING SERVICES PROGRAM 357 Ferrell Lane, Halifax County Courthouse Halifax, NC (252) Director(s): Ron Faithful Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. 13

15 Bladen Judicial District 13 A BLADEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 266 Dublin, NC (910) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Bladen Correctional Center Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. CAPE FEAR SENTENCING SERVICES, INC. 310 Government Center Drive, NE Unit 10 Bolivia, NC (910) District Administrator: Jeffery Melton Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services Target Population: Defendants charge with felonies or A1 misdemeanants Referral: Defendants, families, attorneys, prosecutor, judge, or interested agency. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 401 Mercer Mill Road Elizabethtown, NC (910) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES/SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES 450 Country Club Road Lumberton, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse 14

16 Brunswick Judicial District 13 B BRUNSWICK COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM 310 Government Center Drive Bolivia, NC (910) Contact: Kim Layne (Program Director) Programs/Services Provided: Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Pre trial Services, Electronic Monitoring, and Domestic Violence Program. Referral Source: Court imposed Program CAPE FEAR SENTENCING SERVICES, INC. 310 Government Center Drive, NE Unit 10 Bolivia, NC (910) District Administrator: Jeffery Melton Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services Target Population: Defendants charge with felonies or A1 misdemeanants Referral: Defendants, families, attorneys, prosecutor, judge, or interested agency. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST Main Street Shallotte, NC (910) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. SOUTHEASTERN CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES/SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES 2023 S. 17 TH Street Wilmington, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (866)

17 coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse Buncombe Judicial District 28 ASHEVILLE BUNCOMBE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE 340 Victoria Road Asheville, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Black Mountain Correctional Center for Women, Buncombe Correctional Institution, and Craggy Correctional Center Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. BUNCOMBE COUNTY DAY REPORTING CENTER 1314 D. Patton Avenue Asheville, NC (828) Director(s): Gary Connolly Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Day Reporting Center, Sentencing Services, Job Training/Placement, Substance Abuse Treatment, Re entry Services, Counseling, and Adult Services. and Juveniles BUNCOMBE COUNTY DRUG TREATMENT COURT PROGRAM 1314 D. Patton Avenue Asheville, NC (828) Contact: Norma Grivich (DTC Coordinator) Programs/Services Provided: Drug Treatment Court Program 16

18 BUNCOMBE COUNTY PRETRIAL RELEASE PROGRAM 60 Court Plaza Asheville, NC (828) Director(s): Kim Gordon Contact: Sandra Ruby/ Lisa Austin (Pretrial Coordinators) Programs/Services Provided: Pre trial Services Program Referral Source: Court imposed Program EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 48 Grove Street Asheville, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. FIRST STEP FARM OF WESTERN, NC WOMEN S FACILITY 200 Pete Luther Rd Candler, NC (828) MEN S FACILITY 215 Black Oak Cove Rd. Candler, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Residential Long Term Treatment Referral Source: Referrals must come from an existing Department of Health and Human Services treatment provider.. No referrals from the public or from the Department of Corrections. MAYLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 547 Spruce Pine, NC (828)

19 Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Avery/Mitchell Correctional Institution, Blue Ridge Youth Center, Buncombe Correctional Institution, and Mountain View Correctional Institution Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. OXFORD HOUSE Contact: Misty Wilkins (Outreach Specialist) Contact Number: (919) Program Description: Oxford House is a clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery. If you know the house to which you would like to apply, call that house directly. The number can be obtained by the link provided above. For more information about the housing in your region call the outreach specialist listed above. Criminal Justice Initiative: If you are trying to arrange an Oxford House placement from prison prior to release contact: Mr. Keith Hanes at (919) Referral: Any potential resident must be interviewed and voted in by the residents of that house. PROJECT REENTRY OF NC 2701 University Parkway Winston Salem, NC (336) Director(s): Rebecca Sauter Contact: Jim Thompson (Project Reentry Coordinator) (828) ext Program/Services Provided: Pre/Post Release Re entry Services Target Populations: Adults Referral Source: To be eligible for pre release re entry services, the offender must have 18 months left on their sentence and in a prison facility that offer pre release programs. Post release re entry services are based on a case by case basis. WESTERN CAROLINIANS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, INC. 218 Patton Ave. Asheville, NC (828) Director(s): Ellen Clarke Programs/Services Provided: Mental Health Treatment, Juvenile Services, Batters Program (Women only), Women s At Risk Program, Substance Abuse Treatment, Re entry Services, Counseling, and Adult Services. 18

20 and Juveniles (age 16 and older) (Intake times available weekly) WESTERN HIGHLANDS NETWORK 356 Biltmore Avenue Asheville, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse Burke Judicial District 25 A EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 720 East Union Street Morganton, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. MENTAL HEALTH PARTNERS 1985 Tate Blvd. SE, Suite 529 Hickory, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (877) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse OXFORD HOUSE Contact: Misty Wilkins (Outreach Specialist) Contact Number: (919)

21 Program Description: Oxford House is a clean and sober housing option for individuals in recovery. If you know the house to which you would like to apply, call that house directly. The number can be obtained by link provided above. For more information about the housing in your region call the outreach specialist listed above. Criminal Justice Initiative: If you are trying to arrange an Oxford House placement from prison prior to release contact: Mr. Keith Hanes at (919) Referral: Any potential resident must be interviewed and voted in by the residents of that house. REPAY, INC. 202 Bouchelle St. Morganton, NC (828) Director(s): Renee Lewis Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services, Juvenile Services, Offender Housing, Alcohol Monitoring Bracelets, Re entry Services, Counseling, and Sex Offender Services. and Juveniles Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. THE COGNITIVE CONNECTION ND Avenue SW Hickory, NC (828) Director(s): Kathy Clay Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Resource Center, Drug Treatment Court, Job Training, Prevention, Women s Services, Peer to Peer Support Group, Crime Victims Services, Substance Abuse Treatment, and Adult Services. and Juveniles (16 and Older) Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some Services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. WESTERN PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE 1001 Burkemont Avenue Morganton, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Foothills Correctional Institution and Western Youth Institution 20

22 C Cabarrus Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. Judicial District 19 A CABARRUS COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM 11 Union St. Concord, NC (704) Director(s): Catherine Combs Programs/Services Provided: Resource Center EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 2275 Kannapolis Hwy Concord, NC (704) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. MCLEOD ADDICTIVE DISEASE CENTER 145 Remount Rd Charlotte, NC (704) Contact: Louise Serrel Programs/Services Provided: Residential Treatment Program, Substance Abuse Treatment, Pre Trial Diversion Services, DWI Services, and Youth Offenders Program. and Juveniles (Assessments 8:30am 4:00 pm) PIEDMONT BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE 245 LePhillip Court Concord, NC

23 24 hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse ROWAN CABARRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 1595 Salisbury, NC (704) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Cabarrus Correctional Center, Piedmont Correctional Institution, and Rowan Correctional Center Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. Caldwell Judicial District 25 A BETHEL COLONY OF MERCY 1675 Bethel Colony Road Lenoir, NC (828) Director(s): Paul Ritchie Contact: Paul Pruitt Programs/Services Provided: Substance Abuse Residential Treatment Program Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. BLUE RIDGE COMMUNITY ACTION, INC. 710 Beech Street North Wilkesboro, NC (336) Programs/Services Provided: Offers various housing, educational, and other assistance to eligible low income individuals. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. 22

24 CALDWELL COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 2855 Hickory Blvd Hudson, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Caldwell Correctional Center Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 504 Wilkesboro Blvd SE Lenoir, NC (828) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. HIDDEN SPRINGS COUNSELING CENTER 1013 West Ave Lenoir, NC (828) Director(s): Michael Mike Goudelock Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Mental Health Treatment, Juvenile Services, Prevention, Woman Services, Criminal Justice Partnership Program, and Counseling. and Juveniles Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE P.O. Box 1197 Roxboro, NC (336) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Caswell Correctional Center, Dan River Prison Work Farm, and Orange Correctional Center 23

25 Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. PROJECT RE ENTRY OF NC 2701 University Parkway Winston Salem, NC (336) Director: Rebecca Sauter Contact: Laurie Suthard (Project Reentry Specialist) (336) Program/Services Provided: Pre/Post Release Re entry Services Target Populations: Adults Referral Source: To be eligible for pre release re entry services, the offender must have 18 months left on their sentence and in a prison facility that offers pre release programs. Post release re entry services are based on a case by case basis. REPAY, INC. 208 ½ Mulberry St. Lenoir, NC (828) Director(s): Renee Lewis Programs/Services Provided: Sentencing Services and Alcohol Monitoring Bracelets Referral Source: Services are open to the public. Individuals must call to make an appointment. Some services are court imposed only; call for eligibility requirements. SMOKY MOUNTAIN CENTER 44 Bonnie Lane Sylva, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (800) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse Camden Judicial District 1 24

26 ALBERMARLE MENTAL HEALTH CENTER and DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES P.O. Box 2367 Elizabeth City, NC hr Access/Crisis Number: (888) coordinate, and monitor the provision of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse ECONOMIC IMPROVEMENT COUNCIL, INC. 712 Virginia Road Edenton, NC (252) Programs/Services Provided: Assist low income individuals in finding housing and jobs. Referral Source: Call in advance for information on applying. OFFENDER REFERRAL SERVICES 218 N. Elliott St. Elizabeth City, NC (252) Director(s): Michael Furey Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Satellite Substance Abuse Treatment Center, Batterer s Program, Prevention, Counseling, and Adult Services. Carteret Judicial District 3 B CARTERET COMMUNITY COLLEGE 3505 Arendell Street Morehead City, NC (252) Programs/Services Provided: Offender Education and Vocational Programs Facilities Served: Carteret Correctional Center 25

27 Referral Source: Must be currently serving a prison sentence. CRAVEN/CARTERET COUNTY DRUG TREATMENT COURT PROGRAM 310 Broad Street New Bern, NC (252) Contact: Lynn Holton (Drug Treatment Coordinator) Programs/Services Provided: Drug Treatment Court Program EMPLOYMENT SECURITY COMMISSION OFFENDER SPECIALIST 309 Commerce Avenue Morehead City, NC (252) Programs/Services Provided: Job referrals, referrals to other services, and job seeking skills. LECHRIS/CRISIS INTERVENION 229 Professional Circle, Suite 3 Morehead City, NC (252) Programs/Services Provided: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment LIFE STRUCTURED TRAINING PROGRAM 3505 Arendell Street Morehead City, NC (252) Director: John Smith Programs/Services Provided: Criminal Justice Partnership Program Resource Center 26

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