Correctional Institutions Chaplaincy Overview
To offer the Gospel of God’s love to all incarcerated people in the local jails and probation department. To provide spiritual counsel, prayer, and emergency help to all who are incarcerated, men, women and youth. To train people to serve as volunteer chaplains.
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While in Elmwood womans Correctional Facility an Asian decent Correctional Officer from the Sherrif's Department illegally but a stabbing tool in my eyes , still happening right now, God is stabbing my eyes with paper clips, literaly causing redness. sound unbelievable, he got fired and I need ... more »Review from Guidestar
When somebody is suspected of a crime, society's traditional solution is to toss the miscreant in jail, where he is expected to "learn his lesson." As far as lessons learned, jail works about 15 percent of the time. In other words, 85 percent of the inmates in the county lockup where either ... more »
CIC chaplains and volunteers do great work in helping jail inmates deal with their problems, learn to serve God, and return to productive and law-abiding lives when they are released. The Department of Corrections show that they see the value of this by contracting with CIC to coordinate chaplaincy ... more »