Virginia Wells House
The Virginia Wells House was established in 2006 and named after a long-time community activist and city Fire Commissioner. The facility is a 22-bed female transitional program funded by the State Court Support Services Division. Referrals must be 18 years of age or older and referred by a judge, the Office of Adult Probation, or the Office of Bail Commissioner. The program provides women with structure and services that will facilitate their transition back into the community. Clients may stay up to three months and are required to be engaged in treatment and employed or in school. All clients must remain drug and alcohol free.