Bringing Hope,

Serving Communities

Community Corrections Association (CCA) offers alternative sentencing programs that develop people and put them on the pathway to happy, productive lives.

As a private 501c3 agency, we operate both residential and nonresidential programs and provide thousands of hours of community service in Mahoning County every year.

Our goal is to enhance safety in our communities while also giving those convicted of crimes a second chance to live productive, honest and ethical lives. This is possible thanks to the talent of our staff, the passion of our board of directors, and the support of our community.


With a wide range of programs, from chemical dependency and relapse prevention to parenting and adult basic education, we help those convicted of crime create better lives for themselves and their families.

Chemical Dependency Recovery

Relapse Prevention

Thinking for a Change

Anger Management

Domestic Violence


Sex Offender Treatment

Peer Associations


Adult Basic Education

Moving On I & II

Community Service Program

Pre-Release Group


Bridges out of Poverty

Family Reunification

Find Your Passion Here

Our valued team of hardworking men and women dedicate their careers to creating safer communities and helping others improve their lives. If you have a passion for helping people discover the best version of themselves, CCA could be the place for you.

Our Mission is to assist individuals in the criminal justice system to achieve their highest level of personal development safely in the community.


Community Corrections Association, Inc. has a zero-tolerance policy relating to all forms of sexual harassment and sexual abuse as delineated by the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA) Community Confinement Standards. If you know someone that is a victim of sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, or sexual assault by either a fellow resident or a CCA staff, you can report it to CCA by notifying a staff member or your case manager or by calling (330) 744-5143 and asking to speak with the PREA Coordinator. Third parties may report incidents directly to the PREA Coordinator. CCA, Inc. refers any PREA violation complaints that appear to be criminal in nature to the Youngstown Police Department. In situations where the PREA violation is not criminal in nature, CCA’s trained PREA investigators will conduct an administrative investigation of the incident. In all situations, CCA’s PREA Coordinator responds to allegations promptly, thoroughly, and objectively.
For more information on CCA’s PREA policies or for copies of annual PREA reports or audits please send a written request to 1507 Market Street Youngstown, OH 44507 ATTN: PREA Coordinator