Our home was founded in 1986 to provide transitional housing and support services to men and women who have been recently released from incarceration. We offer a variety of programs to assist our residents in their transition back into society.
Support the on-going efforts of Dismas House Our Annual Dinner will be held Thursday November 18, 2021 in the Dahnke Ballroom on Notre Dame Campus.
Learn more about Cheryl’s journey as she fought to win back the rights of Indiana residents with past drug offense to obtain food stamps by
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Since opening in August of 1986, Dismas of Indiana has provided a new beginning to over 500 former prisoners. Dismas has also been home to 94 local Notre Dame, St. Mary’s and Holy Cross students. Annually Dismas serves between 30-40 former offenders. Since opening, the Indiana Dismas House has been home to over 1,600 former offenders and over 100 college students.