In 1964, the International Community Corrections Association (formerly known as the International Halfway House Association and, later, in 1989 as the International Association of Residential and Community Alternatives) held out first meeting in Chicago, IL with 30 people in attendance. Today, after more than 45 years, the ICCA represents more than 250 private agencies operating over 1,500 residential and community alternative programs, in addition to 1,000 individual members nationally and abroad. Our members offer a variety of programs and services which include:
ICCA has been an affiliate of the American Correctional Association (ACA) since 1975; an affiliate of the United Nations Alliance of Non-Governmental Organizations in Criminal Justice since 1982; the American Probation and Parole Association, the International Corrections and Prison Association and the National Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Coalition. In addition, ICCA liaises with several other national and international community corrections organizations.
|Sonya Spencer||2011-2013||Arthur R. McDonald||1983-1985|
|Kevin Downey||2009-2011||J. Bryan Riley||1981-1983|
|Jane O'Shaughnessy||2007-2009||Tim H. Christensen||1979-1981|
|Terry Marshall||2005-2007||Martin E. Frank||1978-1979|
|Denise Robinson||2003-2005||E.B. Henderson III||1976-1978|
|Donald G. Evans||2001-2003||Norman F. Chamberlain||1974-1976|
|S. Anne Walker||1999-2001||Thomas J. Mangogna||1972-1974|
|Rick Billak||1997-1999||Max D. Weger||1971-1972|
|John Larivee||1995-1997||J.M. McCartt||1969-1971|
|James Lawrence||1992-1995||Elwood O. Toft||1968-1969|
|Neil Tilow||1989-1992||Edward C. Boyle||1966-1968|
|Marvin Wiebe||1987-1989||T. Neil Libby||1965-1966|
|James A. Hemm||1985-1987||Brother DePaul||1964-1965|
Join ICCA, the largest and most diverse community corrections association. We have delegates from six continents and meet every year in an exciting conference called "Doing What Works", where we discuss community corrections policy, best practices, and future initiatives. Invite a friend and join ICCA today to see what all the buzz is about!
"The Largest Community Corrections Association"