General Population: Inmates are permitted visits based on their institutional number. Inmates whose institutional number ends in an odd number are permitted visitation on odd numbered calendar days. Inmates whose institutional number ends in an even number are permitted visitation on even numbered calendar days. Visitation is available on the following days and times:
Volunteers in Prison
Lebanon Correctional Institution is committed to recruiting dedicated and resourceful volunteers to assist in reentry efforts by providing services to offenders. For additional information on these opportunities or the application process, please contact Charles Benton at 513-932-1211, ext. 3222 or via email at Charles.Benton@odrc.state.oh.us
Prison Rape Elimination Act
The Prison Rape Elimination Act was passed in 2003 to protect individuals from prison rape. Click here for more information.
Real Men Crochet Program started in March 2008. The two-phase program provides inmates with the basic art of crocheting and then gives them the opportunity to donate works to area nonprofit groups, making community service an integral part of re-entry. Inmates have made attractive scarves and hats for the local homeless shelter. The men have also made beautiful afghans that were donated to the Veterans Administration (VA) Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. In addition, inmates have started crocheting sweaters for Guide Posts for Kids. These sweaters will be sent overseas and throughout the United States. Presently, there are 20 inmates that are crocheting in this program and the waiting list continues to grow. So far, 57 scarves and hats have been sent to a homeless shelter in Dayton, Ohio. A total of 16 afghans were sent to the VA hospital in Dayton, Ohio. In addition, three (3) United States flag afghans are completed; one (1) Ohio State flag afghan, and 63 hats and scarves are ready to be dropped off. All of the materials for this program are donated by the public.
The Sew Much Comfort Program helps provide adaptive clothing for wounded service members from all branches of the military and National Guard. T-shirts, polo shirts, sweatpants, and underwear are altered by opening seams and attaching Velcro closures where needed. Another facet of this program allows inmates to make cloth hospital bedrail bags and wheelchair bags which can be used for many purposes. These items are sent to U.S. Army bases all over the world. Lebanon Correctional started the program in November 2006 and we have shipped 630 bags
No time limit unless space availability is limited.