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Indiana Department of Correction

IDOC > Facilities > Adult > Indiana State Prison Indiana State Prison

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Facility Summary

 

Established
1860

Security Level
Minimum
Maximum

Avg Daily Population
Calendar Year 2013: 2295

Housing
Celled Space, Dormitory, Male Death Row Offenders

 


Superintendent

Ron Neal

Address:
1 Park Row
Michigan City, IN 46360

Phone Number:
(219) 874-7258

Community Advisory Board

This Community Advisory Board is for the Indiana State Prison and Westville Correctional Facility.

Meetings

  • May 2, 2014
  • December 5, 2014

CAB Members

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

Indiana State Prison

Community Involvement Coordinator

Deb Osos

dosos@idoc.in.gov

219-874-7256 ext. 1560

 Volunteer Programs

Religious Programs - Volunteer with the offender population in religions such as Catholic, Christian, Native American, Buddhist, Orthodox Christian, Moorish Science Temple of America, Hebrew Israelite, Messianic, Jewish, Wicca, Islamic, Jehovah's Witnesses, and Asatru.

 Re-Entry Programs - Volunteer to speak about or teach a class on employment, family issues, education, community support, domestic violence or other topics to help the men with their transition back into society.

 Gardening - Volunteer to facilitate the Insight Garden Program.

Education - Teach a class in math, art, or other areas we have to offer.

 DOL Maintenance - volunteer to assist in teaching skills to the men in auto building, building trades, and other areas.

The Purposeful Living Units Serve (PLUS) program is a faith and character-based community within the facility. The emphasis of this voluntary initiative focuses on strengthening spiritual moral and character development as well as life-skills. Volunteers are needed to provide mentoring to offenders and facilitate the classes. http://www.in.gov/idoc/2356.htm

 Volunteer/Donation Needs

Volunteers are needed for the 12 Step program and Narcotics Anonymous (NA)