Our staff will not be in the office for their safety - please email all communication requests to aid@inmateaid.com. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

FL DOC - Reality House - ACT Corp

Custody/Security Info

The FL DOC - Reality House - ACT Corp is a work release center located in Daytona Beach, FL. This re-entry facility works with the Florida Department of Corrections integrating soon to be released inmates into society and the workplace. The minimum security detail is for inmates that get transported to a “day job” on the outside and come back to the facility in the evening. When an inmate makes it here, they are literally one-foot out the door. For many, this will be their last stop before freedom. They are comprised of non-secure dormitories which are bed checked and counted at night by correctional officers. The facilities have group toilets and shower areas adjacent to the sleeping quarters that contain double bunks and lockers. The facility has a no securing fence and is literally operating on a sort of honor system. There is less supervision and control over inmates in the dormitories and less supervision of inmate movement within the building than at any other incarceration level. The inmates are assigned to work in the general public at regular, approved jobs and generally pose the least risk to public safety.

Thank you for trying AMP!

You got lucky! We have no ad to show to you!

Facility Type

The FL DOC - Reality House - ACT Corp located at 1341 Indian Lake Rd supervises offenders on probation/parole supervision for numerous types of offenses, with a primary focus of facilitating community safety and working with offenders to rehabilitate their behavior and reintegrate into the community. The Daytona Beach office also has specialized caseloads/units that address the special supervision needs of sex offender and mentally ill offenders. The Daytona Beach office continues to research and implement new and more innovative programming/interventions that will help to be even more productive in carrying out the mission of Florida Probation and Parole.