Counties and Facilities     

Below is a description of detention centers followed by the 8 counties and dozens of facilities served by The Way Out.   Please consider joining one of our ministry teams in your county.   

Jails:

city or county, awaiting disposition or serving sentence, all types of crimes (felony and misdemeanor)

Prisons:

state or federal, convicted felons serving out sentence

Halfway House:

private or contracted, alternative sentencing and transition re-entry from prison

Drug and Alcohol Treatment:

private, mandatory sentence or self-imposed

Homeless Centers:

private

Ashtabula County
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Lake Erie Correctional Institution
501 Thompson Road, Conneaut, Ohio 44030

Lake Erie Correctional Institution is a state prison privately operated by the Corrections Corporation of America. The facility house minimum (1) and medium (2) security male offenders.

TWO in partnership with Redeeming Grace Prison Ministry, provides chapel services with our praise team “Proclaim”.
 

 Cuyahoga County

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Judge Nancy R McDonnell Community Based Correctional Facility(JNRMCBCF)

3540 Croton Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
 
 
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Fannie M. Lewis Community Corrections and Treatment Center(FMLCCTC)

1829 East 55th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44103

These private facilities are operated by the nonprofit Oriana House. Oriana House provides quality and humane chemical dependency treatment and community corrections services to clients while contributing to safer communities. It is the policy of Oriana House, Inc., to treat all clients regardless of race, ethnicity, color, national origin, disability, age, sex, veteran or military status, or religion. Oriana House facilities provide alternative sentencing, half way house re-entry, and extensive programming and client assistance.
 
JNRMCBCF is an alternative sentencing male facility providing corrections programs that are part of an overall strategy to help offenders become a positive part of the community.
 

FMLCCTC provides housing for men and women that have served their sentence in state and federal prisons. They provide extensive programs and helps to assist the client in their return as a citizen.

TWO provides weekly chapel services, Bible studies and one on one discipleship to the men and women in these facilities.
 
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 Cuyahoga County Jail

Cuyahoga County Sheriff
1215 West 3rd Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113
 

Cuyahoga County Correction Center (CCCC) is a unique facility. CCCC houses male and female inmates with approximately ten different classifications, from Pretrial Felons to Sentenced Misdemeanants; Juveniles to Adults; County, State and Federal jurisdictions. The Average Length of Stay for the Pretrial inmate is approximately 32 days, while the ALS for the Sentenced Misdemeanor averages 130 days.

TWO chaplains and volunteers provide a monthly chapel service.

Homeless Ministry

The Way Out Prison Ministry has the privilege of partnering with the “Metenoia Project” of greater Cleveland.  Metenoia provides shelter, meals, clothing, showers, and spiritual support to the homeless and disadvantaged.  We thank St Malachi Church, 2459 Washington Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113 for allowing us to use their facilities to provide these much needed services to those who are in need.

TWO volunteers provide weekly Bible studies and one on one discipleship

 
Geauga County
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Geauga County Safety Center (GCSC)

12450 Merritt Rd. Chardon, Ohio 44024

GCSC is a jail housing both male and female inmates. Inmates with felonies and misdemeanors are serving their sentence or awaiting sentencing. The facility also houses “Immigration and Customs Enforcement” (ICE) for those violations of federal law.  

TWO chaplains and volunteers provide weekly Bible studies to both male and female residents.
 
Lorain County
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Grafton Reintegration Center

(GRC), 2000 South Avon Belden Road, Grafton, Ohio 44044

Grafton Correctional Complex (GCC) is a medium security male prison, housing Level 1 (minimum) and 2 (medium) security inmates. Grafton Correctional Institution (GCI) and the Grafton Reintegration Center (GRC), which serves as the camp and is the former North Coast Correctional Treatment Facility.

TWO volunteers and chaplains provide weekly Bible studies, one on one discipleship and quarterly chapel services.
 
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Lorain Correctional Institution (LorCI),
2075 South Avon-Belden Road, Grafton, Ohio 44044
 

LorCI is a prison housing male inmates with security levels from 1-3. LorCI is a reception facility from which inmates will be transferred to their primary prison.

 

TWO chaplains and volunteers provide monthly Bible studies and quarterly chapel services.    

 

Portage County
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Portage-Geauga County Juvenile Detention Center (PGJDC),
8000 Infirmary Road, Ravenna, OH 44266
 

Portage-Geauga Juvenile Detention Center is a state prison. This facility is operated by the state of Ohio and is used to house and rehabilitate criminals. Inmates at Portage-Geauga OH Juvenile Detention Center are generally housed in locked cells during the night and are provided certain privileges such as the use of a recreation area, TV, phones and in some cases may have a job within the prison.

 TWO chaplains and volunteers provide a weekly Bible study to the male and female youth
 
 
Stark County
 
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Stark County Jail
4500 Atlantic Blvd., N.E. Canton, Ohio 44705

 

Prisoners confined in the jail include those charged with every type of criminal offense from the most minor traffic charge to those facing capital punishment. This includes prisoners awaiting trial or sentencing, transfer to a state institution, fugitives awaiting return to other states, and those inmates awaiting probation or parole revocations. Also confined in the jail are those persons committed by any of the counties’ three municipal courts, Common Pleas Courts and Domestic Relations Court.

TWO chaplains and volunteers provide dozens of chapel services, bible studies and one on one discipleship.

Summit County – Baird Campus
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Summit County Jail

205 East Crosier Street, Akron, OH 44311

The Summit County Jail is classified by the State of Ohio as a “full service” detention center. That means it is operated twenty-four (24) hours a day, three hundred sixty-five (365) days a year.
 

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Summit County Community Based Correctional Facility (CBCF)

264 East Crosier Street, Akron, Ohio 44311

 
 
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Cliff Skeen Community Based Correctional Facility for Women (CSCBCF)

941 Sherman Street, Akron, Ohio 44311
 
 
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Residential Correctional Center (RCC)

222 Power Street

Akron, Ohio 44304

 

TWO chaplains and volunteers conduct weekly Bible studies, chapel services and one on one discipleship

 

 

Summit County – Glenwood Campus
 
 
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Glenwood Jail
40 E Glenwood Ave., Akron, OH 44304-1136

The Summit County Sheriffs Office also provides security services for the Glenwood Jail, a satellite minimum-security facility operated in conjunction with Oriana House, Inc. All deputies assigned to the two facilities are certified peace officers and are utilized by the Sheriff to respond to civil disturbances

 

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Glenwood RIPP

Residential Institutional Probation Program (RIPP)

40 East Glenwood Avenue, Akron, Ohio 44304

 
Terrance Mann Center
Terrence Mann Residential Center (TMRC)

55 East Glenwood Avenue, Akron, Ohio 44304

 
OrianaSHARP
Special Housing Adjustment Residential Program (SHARP)

55 East Glenwood Avenue, Akron, Ohio 44304

TWO chaplains and volunteers conduct weekly Bible studies, chapel services and one on one discipleship
 
Wayne County
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The New Destiny Treatment Center
6694 Taylor Road, Clinton, Ohio 44216

The New Destiny Treatment Center is a ministry of the Barberton Rescue Mission (BRM). The BRM started in 1961 as a home for alcoholics and homeless persons to receive food, clothing, shelter, and hope.

In 1993, the BRM began a drug and alcohol treatment program, which became state-certified in 1995. This program continues today as the New Destiny Treatment Center. The center is a 65-bed facility in Clinton, Ohio. It provides nine months of inpatient residential treatment. All of the counselors have a Chemical Dependency Counseling license from the State of Ohio.

Mission

Our mission is to operate a chemical dependency program for the purpose of providing holistic services in a distinctly Christian environment to the chemically dependent. We aim to accomplish this mission by providing for the physical health, emotional well-being, spiritual guidance, and economic improvement of each client.

 

TWO chaplains provide a weekly Bible study called “Standing in the Gap”.  The material comes from the “How People Change” curriculum by Tim Lane and Paul Tripp. 

TWO chaplains provide a chapel service every 5th Tuesday.

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