Craine House offers women a second chance for rehabilitation through family therapy, substance abuse counseling and vocational programs while providing them with a safe and structured, homelike setting to live with their preschool aged children.

 Taxpayers save 80% when women complete their sentence at Craine House instead of a traditional prison.

133 women and their children received residential housing at the Craine House in 2015.

Recidivism rates of Craine House residents are 3 times lower than traditional incarceration programs.

Craine House is approximately 1/3 the cost of traditional prison and foster care.

Success Stories - Meet Nikki

I came in so broken and was afraid to trust anyone. I was in a Domestic Violence relationship. My therapist taught me what Domestic Violence is and all the different types of abusers. With my therapist's help, I was able to open up and start working on things in my life that were affecting me.

Incarceration alternatives are working nationwide.

Marion County Judge Mark Stoner knows that Craine House

can make a difference.

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