All programs at the Lincoln County Detention Center are structured to create an environment for positive change in the offender's life, so they can better serve the community as productive citizens when released.
Education and Reentry Classes
These classes give the individual the opportunity to improve and prepare for their final GED Testing to obtain their Certificate.
Lifeskills 101 Faith Based Reentry Program (Kentucky Jail Ministries)
A faith based reentry program to give individuals the opportunity to learn about simple steps toward reentry into society including, how to make a resume, preparation for an interview, relationships, etc., while also teaching Biblical principles.
Central KY Counseling
Parenting classes to prepare individuals for their return into society as parents.
Former and current addicts who form a group to complete the 12 Step NA Book together and share their personal testimonies of success and failure.
Windows of Discovery
Drug Education classes to educate individuals about substance abuse and the road to recovery.
Steppin to a New Beat
"STEPPIN TO A NEW BEAT" is a Re-Entry Program designed to be a community partner that provides services for individuals with barriers such as employment, conflict resolutions, criminal thinking, housing, etc. "Stepping To A New Beat" is designed to identify and link Child Support participants and other offenders with services specific to their needs. This is accomplished through the Child Support Enforcement Court, families, education, training, and recovery communities. Our goal is to equip the participant with the necessary tools and assist with eliminating barriers to live a successful and independent lifestyle. The programs expectation is that he/she will become a productive member of society as well as a tax-paying citizen.
"Steppin To A New Beat" is dedicated to the purpose of guiding the released man or woman into the process of transitioning back into the community. The program goal is also designed to keep participants from becoming a potential inmate. Studies show that without a plan of action over two-thirds of released prisoners will be rearrested for a felony or serious misdemeanor within three years of release at a great cost to the taxpayer. This is a costly reality socially, spiritually, culturally, and financially. Significant details are important at the moment of release, proof of identification, housing, treatment, transportation, jobs and family reunification immediately upon release help ease the transition from prison/jails to the community.
Central KY Counseling
Classes to educate and rehabilitate individuals about drugs.
Green River Pentecostal
Sister Brooke Walls ministers to the females in a church service monthly.
Brother Tom Sears ministers to the males in a church service each week.
Other Religious Services
Along with these are other churches who rotate ministering in the Lincoln Jail.
As of now the schedule for Religious Services in the Jail are full.
For more information contact Chaplain Rowland - 859-625-8782.