Talbert House at Turtle Creek Center

Reentry & Treatment Facility

Last Updated: February 13, 2024
5232 OH 63, Lebanon, OH 45036

Turtle Creek Center is for Reentry & Treatment Facility offenders have not been sentenced yet and are detained here until their case is heard.

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Satellite View of Talbert House at Turtle Creek Center

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The Talbert House at Turtle Creek Center in Lebanon, OH, focuses on successful offender reintegration into society, crucial for effective crime control. With high recidivism rates, evidence-based practices tailor programs for medium to high-risk individuals, reducing repeat offenses. Reentry and Treatment Centers offer structured environments and various programs aiding rehabilitation and community reconnection efforts. Collaborating with the Warren Sheriff's Department, the Ohio Department of Corrections, and sometimes the Federal Bureau of Prisons, comprehensive reentry services prioritize education, substance abuse treatment, and workforce development. Facilities assist officers in monitoring compliance and serve as alternatives to pretrial detention, considering cost-effectiveness and reducing overcrowding. Emphasizing individual needs, family support, and community integration, the center aims for holistic support, empowering successful reintegration.

Talbert House is empowering children, adults and families to live healthy, safe and productive lives. The agency's network of services focuses on prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration. Services are provided at multiple sites throughout Southwest Ohio. The organization has a culture of innovation that thrives on the creation of new services to meet the complex needs of clients, their families and the community while maintaining effectiveness, excellence and professionalism. Talbert House values an integrated system of high-quality care focused on best practices, easy access to services and providing a full range of services in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

Halfway houses are community corrections programs for federal, state and county offenders that offer assessment, treatment and reintegration for adult male and female offenders in a residential setting. Services include case management, substance use disorder treatment, mental health treatment, criminality/behavior modification, restitution and child support, frequent and random drug testing, education, employment readiness, verified and monitored community employment, and a variety of supportive activities.

These programs serving Southwest Ohio are known as: Cornerstone, Pathways, Serenity Hall, Spring Grove, and Turtle Creek Center.

Program Overview
  • The Turtle Creek Center is committed to helping individuals make a positive reentry into their home communities. To better prepare the individual, requirements have been established holding the clients accountable and responsible with the lowest level of intervention from staff. We are here to facilitate growth and to develop independence not dependency. To facilitate this vision, we offer individualized services based on best practices policy.
  • Cognitive Behavioral modality
  • ODADAS certified to provide Outpatient Substance Disorders Services
  • Abstinence based program
  • Tracking system to individualize services
  • Assessment driven placement in the program
  • Responsivity to enhance client success
  • The expectation of accountability and responsibility of thoughts and behaviors
  • Expectations of securing and maintaining employment
  • Expectations of individual financial responsibility
  • Expectations of an appropriate level of respect for self and others

The Turtle Creek Center is committed to the philosophy of reintegration of individuals back into their home communities. Our program is designed to enhance personal growth and recovery and to improve social behaviors thus, making the transition back into the community a positive experience and a lifelong commitment.

Inmate Locator

To utilize the Inmate Search page on InmateAid, begin by selecting the relevant prison facility in Ohio. This allows you to view the current list of inmates housed at Talbert House at Turtle Creek Center.

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Visitation Information

Visiting hours for Turtle Creek Center are subject to change, so it's crucial to confirm them by contacting the facility directly by phone. Residents in treatment often have conflicting schedules as many have off-site employment and are not always available during visiting hours. Please reach out to 513-932-1952, on visitation procedures, applications, or directions to the facility in Lebanon.

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