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Halfway House – Dayton Salvation Army is a classification and intake facility. The Halfway House – Dayton Salvation Army is nestled in Dayton, Ohio.

You are probably wondering what the exact function of a classification and intake facility is and why they need Halfway House – Dayton Salvation Army.

For starters, nearly all state of Ohio will first end up in the Halfway House – Dayton Salvation Army. Why? Because this is where inmates will be housed typically anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to be classified and sent off to their appropriate facility.

Inmates who are currently housed in the Halfway House – Dayton Salvation Army will not be here long. This is a steppingstone right before they are transferred out to their permanent home facility.

. They will house inmates coming from all security levels.

The Halfway House – Dayton Salvation Army, while it may be a temporary facility has some of the same programs as other state facilities within the state. You will be able to find these following programs:

  • Special Needs Programs

  • Sex Offender Programs

  • Educational Programs

  • Work Assignments

Halfway House – Dayton Salvation Army — General Information

Facility Name
Halfway House - Dayton Salvation Army
Facility Type
State Prison
Address
624 South Main Street, Dayton, OH, 45402
Phone
937-222-1435
City
Dayton
Postal Code
45402
State
Ohio
County
Montgomery County
Official Website
http://www.drc.ohio.gov/Public/HalfwayHouse/hwh_regions.htm#northeast

Sending a Mail/Care Package

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One way you can keep in touch with an inmate who is in the Halfway House - Dayton Salvation Army is send them mail. You can write back and forth with the inmate. The inmate will be allowed to send you mail as well.

The mail system at the Halfway House - Dayton Salvation Army is slow as they check all incoming and outgoing mail to ensure the safety for everyone involved.


Sending Money

The Halfway House - Dayton Salvation Army gives friends and family members three different methods when it comes to sending money to an inmate.

The first method will be using the mail. You can send a money order through the USPS. You will need to make the money order payable to the inmate and please include their DC number as well. You will also need to print out this following slip as well for each money order you send.

If you choose this method, please mail the money order to the following address:

Ohio Department of Correction

Trust Fund Centralized Banking

624 South Main Street, Dayton, OH, 45402

If the inmate needs fun a bit faster, you have the option to use the following deposit service, where you can deposit funds using your credit or debit card. The funds will be in the inmate’s account much faster rather than sending a money order.

You will also have the option to send money to an inmate by calling 937-222-1435. You will need to deposit money using your credit card.


Phone calls

You will be able to receive phone calls from inmates in the Halfway House - Dayton Salvation Army. You will not be permitted to use any call features such as call waiting, call forwarding, and three-way calling. All calls are limited to 15-minutes.


Visitation

Since the Halfway House - Dayton Salvation Army is a very short-term facility for many inmates, visitation is not permitted here.

Inmates who will be here on a more longer-term basis may be able to have visits, but you will have to get in touch with the inmate to see when the current visiting days are being held. You are also more than welcome to get in touch with the Halfway House - Dayton Salvation Army as well to ask them if the inmate you are looking to visit can have a visit or not.




Visiting Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Sunday
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Holiday

Directions

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