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Joshua Glover House (Federal Residential Reentry Center)

The Joshua Glover House provides community re-entry services to Federal Bureau of Prison inmates who are within six months of their sentence completion. Residents are guided through cognitive, behavioral-based programs that emphasize personal accountability, responsibility, employment, reintegration with family and release planning.

Program Goal

The overall goal of Glover House is to provide a successful community transition for Federal Bureau of Prisons inmate completing the last six months of their sentence.

Program History

Wisconsin Community Services, Inc. has operated the Joshua Glover House program since 1980. Beginning on July 1, 2013, the program moved from 2105 North Booth Street, Milwaukee, WI, to 2404 North 50th Street, Milwaukee, WI. Originally, Glover House served inmates from the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. Today, it serves federal inmates.

Program Method

A case plan is developed and implemented by Parsons House staff based on individual assessed needs and sentence conditions with input from the resident, the Bureau of Prisons, the U.S. Probation Office and the Parsons House case manager.

Program Services

  • Case Management
  • Monitoring Services
  • Treatment Services
  • Job Development
  • Job Placement
  • Counseling
  • Discharge Planning


Joshua Glover House (Federal Residential Reentry Center)
2404 North 50th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53210
Phone (414) 442-3700
Fax (414) 442-6466