The Dubois County Community Corrections Work Release center is an alternative to jail or prison, and it gives participants the opportunity to continue working in the community. This is a treatment-based center, which provides many opportunities for self-improvement and personal development. Participants work with a case manager to address areas in life that may be in need of improvement. Participants will take part in programs and services agreed upon by them and their case manager.
The orientation process upon arrival to Dubois County Community Corrections will provide participants with guidelines to which they will adhere to during their stay, in order to help them adjust to the Work Release program. The rules and regulations have been established for the safety and security of the center, its employees, and all who participate in Community Corrections programs.
While on the Work Release Program, participants will be given time to job search upon their arrival. This program requires the individual to obtain and maintain one full-time job.
We are all working toward the same goal at Dubois County Community Corrections-- to help participants leave with a solid foundation, skills, and tools to make healthy choices for their future.