What We Do
Dismas emphasizes the importance of family. Every Monday through Thursday, we gather as a family for the evening meal at 6:30, which is prepared by local volunteers who break bread with our residents. Additionally, Dismas helps reconcile former offenders with society by welcoming both college students and former offenders as residents. These residents live, work, and interact with one
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.
If you are interested in helping, please contact our office by phone at 574-233-8522 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. the following opportunities are available:
*Cook (prepare and share a meal one evening)
*Tutor (spend 1 hr/week helping a resident with GED or job skills)
*Service Projects and Internships
Need help or want to get involved?
We are located in the heart of South Bend.
Dismas House of Indiana
521 S St Joseph St, South Bend, IN 46601