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COVID-19: Oriana House remains open and is still providing community corrections programs, substance abuse treatment, and mental health services throughout Ohio. The health of our clients, staff, and community are a priority during the COVID-19 pandemic and operations have been revised to meet federal, state, and local guidelines. Click HERE  for Oriana House’s Covid-19 Updates and Frequently Asked Questions.

The McDonnell Center is a highly structured and secured community corrections facility designed to reduce criminal behavior and divert eligible males convicted of a felony from the state prison system.

The CBCF program gives offenders an opportunity to remain in their community while addressing such issues as substance abuse treatment, job training and placement assistance, educational services, cognitive skills, anger management and other life skills, and a required completion of community service. While a resident of the CBCF, clients are able to establish local contacts in the community of a positive nature, which are beneficial upon their successful completion of the program and reentry into the community.For additional information regarding the CBCF program please visit What Is A CBCF.

If you have any feedback or questions about the Community Based Correctional Facility, please email CBCF@cuyahogacounty.us.