Educational Contacts for Prisoners


CrossWays Ministries
P.O. Box 1954
Auburn, WA 98071-1954
Phone: 253-887-0946
Fax: 425-962-1136
E-mail: contact@crosswaysministries.com
Website: www.crosswaysministries.com

International Prison Ministry
P.O. Box 63
Dallas, TX 75221
E-mail: taran@ipm.org
Website: www.ipm.org

Prison Fellowship Ministries
P.O. Box 17500
Washington, DC 20041-0500
Phone: 703-478-0100
E-mail: correspondence@pfm.org
Website: www.angeltree.net/

Prison Mission Association / Bible Correspondence Fellowship
P.O. Box 2300
Port Orchard, WA 98366
Phone: 1-360-876-0918
Fax: 1-360-876-0972
E-mail: pma@pmabcf.org
Website: www.pmabcf.org

Prisoners Of Hope
P.O. Box 600026
San Diego, CA 92160
Phone: 619-741-4673
E-mail: Poh@mvcf.com
Website:  www.prisonersofhope.org

The International Fellowship of Chaplains, Inc.

http://www.ifoc.org/

The International Fellowship of Chaplains, Inc. (IFOC) is a non profit, providing training, recognition, certification and information in the varied areas of Chaplaincy. We also interface with the secular and ministry worlds for the purpose of promoting tolerance and understanding, as well as, provide professional, trained and dedicated Chaplains in the various fields of need.

The work of the Chaplain differs greatly from the work of the Pastorate. The Pastor cares for the Spiritual needs of the congregation; whereas, the Chaplain must care for the needs of the Secular World as well.

There are several fields of Chaplaincy, some of which are easily recognized. Others are not. The IFOC endorses all types of Chaplains and recognizes the need for Credentialed Coverage. Some Chaplaincy areas of note are, Police, Fire, Hospital, Jail, Industrial, Transportation, Search & Rescue, Sports, Collegiate, Hospice, Nursing Home, Motor Cycle, and the list goes on. All are valid in scope and design. All need Education, Credentials & Guidance to do the work their hearts desire.
 

Resources: Training Schools


Posted on Saturday, June 02 @ 13:10:26 EDT by barryf

ACTS - American Chaplaincy Training School
 
 
 

tmbeckner@tayloru.edu

Taylor University , 1025 West Rudisill Blvd.
Fort Wayne , Indiana 46807
USA
(219) 456-2111

Description:
Provide specialized knowledge and skills needed to minister in the criminal justice system.
Cost: Introductory session $480.00

The Prison Connection" provide's affordable bus transportation to State Correctional Facilities in NY., Fla. and Tx., and is now beginning in California starting the first week of July, 2001.
Price's are less than greyhound and we go directly to the Prison gate and/or visitor center. In most cases meals are provided. Make alot of friend's with other inmate families and loved one's, relax and let us do the driving.

We provide free gift's to all our riders and if there is something we can do for you, please don't hesitate to ask. We provide many recreational and religeous supplies to the Chaplains at the prison's. We are all Family.

For Information on Price's and scheduling please call the reservation center toll free 1-888-218-8464

General info & contact
Info@POH

Bible courses, video & Audio
Mike Main

Mailing Address:
PO BOX 600026
San Diego, Ca. 92160

Phone Number
619.741.HOPE(4673)

Prisoners of hope

Free Offers

We offer correspondence courses to inmates.
Our courses are designed to teach the full counsel of God by having studies through the whole Bible, Chapter by Chapter, verse by verse.

Send Bible's and other Christian Books.

Offer cassette and video Bible studies.
The media studies are from our Sunday morning services were Pastor Barry Teaches through the Bible.

Counseling to family members.
We offer counseling by email, phone or in Office. Our office is located in San Diego California.

12 page newsletter to anyone, inmate or free person. Newsletter is full of stories, testimonies, poetry by inmates, ex-inmates, Christian writers and Pastors

For any of our resources email us @poh info

Set Free Prison Ministries
P.O. Box 5440
Riverside, CA 92517
Phone: 909-787-9907
Fax: 909-787-0486
E-mail: sfpmkyr@juno.com
Website: www.prisonoutreach.org

Christian Faith College's correspondence courses, prison inmates are reading the Bible for credit. The school solicits donations to pay for the classes, which are for the inmates' personal use to help them in their religious growth, says Shirley West, an administrative assistant at Christian Faith. For classes such as "Old Testament Survey I," "Book of Acts," and "Foundations of Christian Doctrine," students are responsible, through the use of word-study books, topical Bibles, and commentaries, for researching subject matter for themselves to see what Scripture actually teaches about the subject. The only admissions criteria is simply the desire to do the work.

http://www.russianharvest.org/corresp.html

http://www.inmatecentral.com/corrschl.html

http://www.prisonsmart.org/

http://www.prisontraining.com/welcome/welcome.html


ALLIED BUSINESS SCHOOLS, INC.
22952 Alcalde Drive
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
T 800.542.5543 x248
F 949.461.9557


 
 

Correctional Education Program, 919-962-2648 or 800-862-5669.

Independent Studies participates in several programs designed to assist persons in the North Carolina prison system who are interested in pursuing college-level work. Outreach to Inmates enables qualified inmates to enroll in correspondence courses at no charge. Econo-College for Inmates, located at Orange Correctional Center in Hillsborough, provides a combination of services including correspondence courses, on-site classes, enrichment activities, academic advising, and study-release on campus.  On-site instruction and related activities are also available at the NC Correctional Institution for Women in Raleigh, at Johnston Correctional Institution in Smithfield, Dan River Prison Work Farm in Yanceyville, Harnett Correctional Institution in Lillington, and Polk Youth Institution in Butner. Additional on-site instruction is provided at Foothills Correctional Institution and Western Youth Institution (both in Morganton), and Craggy Correctional Center in Asheville through an agreement with UNC-Asheville; at Eastern Correctional Institution in Maury, Hyde Correctional Institution in Swan Quarter, Pender Correctional Institution in Burgaw, and Southern Correctional Institution in Troy through an agreement with East Carolina University; and at Sandhills Youth Center in McCain and Morrison Youth Institution in Hoffman through an agreement with Fayetteville State University. For more information about any of these programs, contact the Correctional Education Program, 919-962-2648 or 800-862-5669

http://windham.myriad.net/ Windham School in Texas

http://www.ceanational.org/ HUGE RESOURCE Correctional Education Association

http://www.easternlincs.org/correctional_education/

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Contact Eileen Cable at:
Phone: 204 - 725 - 3532
Fax: 204 - 725 - 3537
Email: eileenelbacp@hotmail.com
Or Write: 375 Smithfield Road, Brandon, Manitoba R7A 5Y5

http://www.leeric.lsu.edu/slrc/links/corrections.htm Louisiana

http://www.corrections.com/

http://www.ed.gov/offices/OVAE/OCE/index.html

http://www.ericacve.org/fulltextresource.asp#distance

http://www.ericacve.org/

http://virlib.ncjrs.org/Corrections.aspA BUNCH OF GOOD documents you should read

http://www.ncjrs.org/

http://www.nicic.org/

http://cln.esd101.net/