The Salvation Army in Florida assists people who have found themselves involved in the criminal justice system.
Since 1975, The Salvation Army Correctional Services has been providing services to Florida communities with programs for inmates returning home from prison, felony probationers court ordered to residential substance abuse treatment or supervision for offenders sentenced to misdemeanor probation by a number of county courts across Florida.
For more information, click here for the Corrections Brochure.
PREA Information: The Salvation Army has zero tolerance for all forms of sexual abuse and sexual harassment in the facilities it operates. The Salvation Army Residential Reentry Center complies with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Copies of the PREA Standard Operating Procedures and the annual report are available upon request. Interested parties should contact the program director. The Salvation Army Residential Reentry Center accepts third party reporting on behalf of residents participating in the Residential Reentry Center program. Anyone wanting to report sexual abuse or sexual harassment on behalf of a resident please contact the program director. All allegations of sexual abuse or sexual harassment are referred for investigation to a local law enforcement agency with legal authority to conduct criminal investigations, unless the allegation does not involve potentially criminal behavior.