12 December NCI’s Women in Corrections Gives Back to Local Community December 12, 2017 By ODRC Institutions, Noble Correctional Institution (NCI) NCI, Women in Corrections, SEORMC Power Me Pink Program, Mammograms, Warden Buchanan, Michele Miller, Ray Chorey 0 Noble Correctional Institution’s Women in Corrections committee recently donated funds to Southeastern Ohio Regional Medical Center’s (SEORMC) Power Me Pink program. Through fundraisers held at the institution, the committee raised money to help provide local uninsured or underinsured cancer patients with assistance during treatment. The program provides women and men 35-64 years old with breast health education and mammograms. The project also reaches women younger than 35 years of age who have a family history of breast cancer. Back Row L-R: NCI Warden Tim Buchanan, NCI Correction Officer Teresea Cox, SEORMC Cancer Navigator Sharon Gay, SEORMC President Ray Chorey. Front Row L-R: NCI Women’s Coordinator Nicole Anderson, SE Region Women’s Coordinator Jodi Starr, ODRC SE Region Managing Director Michele Miller. Related NCI’s Victim Awareness Program Gives Back to Local Community Supplies Donated to Local Schools by NCI’s Women in Corrections Committee BeCI Women in Corrections Make Donation to Local Help Center AOCI Women in Corrections Raise Funds NCI Women in Corrections Committee Aids in the Fight Against Breast Cancer AOCI Women in Corrections Challenge Comments are closed.