Correctional Living Spaces in 6 Institutional Types

Living Spaces:   MultiFamily  Student  Military  Correctional  Medical  SingleFamily
Community Types:  Upscale  Mainstay  Working  Country  Aspiring  Urban

Correctional Living Spaces

Correctional institution means any penal or correctional facility, jail, reformatory, detention center, work farm, halfway house, or residential community program center operated by, or under contract to, the United States, a State, a territory, a political subdivision of a State or territory, or an Indian tribe, for the confinement or rehabilitation of persons charged with or convicted of a criminal offense or other persons held in lawful custody. Other persons held in lawful custody includes juvenile offenders adjudicated delinquent, aliens detained awaiting deportation, persons committed to mental institutions through the criminal justice system, witnesses, or others awaiting charges or trial.

Ministering in
City & County Correctional Spaces
Serving those in
local jails holding individuals
for short periods of time
Ministering in
State Correctional Spaces
Serving those in
long term state incarceration
for serious crimes & felonies
Ministering in
Federal Correctional Spaces
Serving those in
long term federal incarceration
for serious crimes & felonies
Ministering in
Correctional Residential Spaces
Serving those
inmates released for work
during last months of confinement
Ministering in
Youth Residential Spaces
Serving those in
group homes and
residential treatment centers
Ministering in
Youth Correctional Spaces
Serving those in
secure residential centers for juveniles
awaiting court or long term placement