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Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction
Halfway House - Booth House
Booth House - Dayton Salvation Army
624 South Main Street
Dayton, OH 45402
Conrad Goode – Intake Coordinator
Jane Benner – Program Director
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- Violent history; arson conviction; lengthy institution offense record
- Sex offender not completing institution sex offender program
- Mental Health issues; refusing needed medical treatment
- Reserves the right to reject any offender, will review all referrals
- Employment - Case manager assists each resident with job information,
access to a newspaper, phone and bus tokens.
- Recovery - Case manager provides a referral to Crisis Care for an AOD
assessment within the first week of admission. In-house drug and alcohol
education meeting, AA/NA meetings weekly.
- Savings - Case manager works with each resident on a savings plan in
relation to income level. Residents save 25-50% of each paycheck. Case
Manager works with residents on budgeting and money management.
- Housing - Case manager assists residents with affordable housing options
in the last 45 days of the program. Residents are provided with a weekly
housing list, phone calls to landlords and tokens to potential apartments.
- Referrals - Residents are referred to community resources for mental
health issues, physical problems, abuse issues, child support, etc.