Joseph House is a faith-based organization that offers a variety of services to assist men and women exiting incarceration. They offer holistic support for total and successful reintegration into the community. Joseph House is a Catholic mission, but they strive to be sensitive to individual ecumenical and inter-religious needs. They accept individuals from all faith traditions, or from no particular faith at all. Members of Joseph House receive residential services, food and clothing, as well as programming designed to facilitate successful reintegration into society. Mentors provide trauma-informed counseling and evidence-based support to all individuals. Potential participants can contact the program directly for more information or to begin intake.
The Kentucky Innocence Project (KIP) is an initiative by the Department of Public Advocacy that provides incarcerated men and women who have legitimate claims of innocence with a resource through which their claims may be investigated and presented to the courts of the Commonwealth for relief.