Fletcher House

517 Penn Street, Camden, NJ 08102

The Volunteers of America Delaware Valley Fletcher House program is an 84-bed halfway house in Camden, NJ. Accredited by the American Correctional Association and contracted by the New Jersey Department of Corrections, Fletcher House, also referred to as a residential community release program, provides targeted support and assistance for men who are within 24 months of parole eligibility.
Residents of Fletcher House are provided with:

Fletcher House staff work collaboratively with program participants to successfully navigate reentry, including finding gainful community-based employment and accessing education. Since 2014, nearly 600 residents have secured employment, and nearly 200 have entered post-secondary education at local colleges and universities.

Eligibility: Adult males who are within 24 months of parole
Additional Questions: info@voadv.org

“I was drawn to this work because I want to be a resource for people who are working to move from a difficult time in their lives into a more hopeful, and self-sustaining place where they can flourish and achieve their goals.”

– C.T., Garrett & Fletcher Treatment Director

An exterior shot of Fletcher House.
An African American man blowing bubbles with a young girl.

“I can truly say that Fletcher House helped me regain my identity and made me more mature…if you give 100% while there, it will definitely pay off in the long run.”

– D.D. Former Fletcher House Resident

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