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Enid halfway house contract ending; inmates to be moved


ENID, Okla. – A halfway house in Enid contracted by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections will soon close its doors.

On June 17, Catalyst Behavioral Services representatives informed ODOC they will terminate their contract to operate the halfway house.

The halfway house, an ODOC contractor since 2011, is home to 86 female inmates nearing release. ODOC will move the women to other state facilities by mid-July when the contract ends.

“Enid was a great location for the women to prepare for their release from incarceration,” said Scott Crow, ODOC interim director. “The community, espec...

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