Security and Institutional Management
Chaplaincy Services provides pastoral care to inmates, staff and their families; assisting offenders in their response to the realities of their actions prior to, during, and after incarceration; assisting offenders in discovering religious faith, or in developing their personal faith, and by working in partnership with the community to accomplish mutually beneficial results. Chaplains function on two levels: as representatives of an ultimate power in a decidedly secular setting; and to provide concrete servicescounseling, managing volunteers, conducting services, meeting with community groups, and administering programs to support those whose actions have cut them off from the mainstream of society.
Accomplishments in 1995-96:
* All annual totals are based on monthly, cumulative figures.