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Programs


The Cuyahoga County Corrections Center is committed to providing evidence based programming to assist Inmates with reentry to their home communities. Programs are provided by Corrections Center staff, contracted agencies as well as trained volunteers who donate their time to the Center. The Corrections Center has a Chaplaincy program that provides religious services and pastoral counseling services for inmates of all faiths and is coordinated by the Head Chaplain. The Center has a dedicated Social Work Department that assists with daily inmate concerns, linkage to community resources, case management, and coordination of services with provider agencies, Public Defenders, Courts, Judges and Probation.

Mental Health providers through FrontLine Service, Connections, Murtis Taylor, Children and Family Services, Recovery Resources, The Centers, Veterans Administration, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities, and MetroHealth are housed in the Corrections Center and can provide eligibility assessments and, if accepted into their program, case management and ongoing services during and after incarceration. Inmates can request some in-house programs and others are placed into programming based upon assessment. Current programming consists of the following:
  • Project Learn GED preparation and testing
  • AA, NA and CA
  • Smarter Choices
  • Intensive outpatient substance abuse for expecting mothers
  • Survivor skills
  • Meditation instruction
  • Mentoring Us
  • Daddy Boot camp
  • Parenting and childbirth education for females
  • Dedicated Veterans Pod with in-house programming aimed at this populations unique needs
  • Comprehensive Reentry Services at Euclid Jail Annex