About the Program
The Community Service Program is another way that inmates can begin to integrate back into society as well as giving back to their community. With stringent qualification standards, inmates perform various labor related functions such as light carpentry, painting, general labor, and landscaping for Cumberland County non profit organizations.
When an nonprofit organization partners with the Community Service Program, they make positive changes in the lives of inmates by improving the individual's work ethic, self-esteem and allowing them a chance to give back to society. The Community Service Program inmates provide an average savings of $550,000 for the nonprofit organizations which they can return to the citizens they serve.
If you believe your nonprofit organization could benefit from the services of the Community Service Program please contact Deputy Mary Sorrells or Corrections Officer Rachel Welch or call the Community Corrections Center at 207-774-5939, ext. 2131.