Dismas House of Indiana is a not-for-profit organization that provides housing, services to men and women returning from incarceration. Our residents consist of returning citizens and junior/senior undergraduate or graduate college students. They live and work together to develop a supportive community. Through programs, services and a supportive & productive community returning citizens gain communication and social skills, a new respect for education, secure employment. Through interaction with returning citizens students gain skills that can be later adapted and incorporated in their studies and careers.
Dismas also can help residents with divorces and other court matters. Dismas cannot provide legal advice or pay court costs/fees.
Employment and Educational Services
Substance Abuse Services
Group Programming Services
Mental Wellness & Health
Community Based Services
Life Skill Workshops & Financial Stability Services
Individualized Residential Case Management Services
Dismas cannot work without the support of its incredible volunteer base.
Hundreds of volunteers prepare meals throughout the year and Keenan Hall,
from the University of Notre Dame, spend one night a week each to prepare the meal at our house.
Join us and help make a difference!