Chatham County supports Operation New Hope for unwanted dogs

Chatham County supports Operation New Hope for unwanted dogs

L-R: Sheriff Al St. Lawrence; Cheryl Scott, DON; Ryan Haney, HSA and Sgt. Robert Brooks – officer in charge of Operation New Hope

Operation New Hope brings unwanted dogs, scheduled to be euthanized, into the jail in Savannah, Georgia. Preselected inmates house-train the dogs and teach them obedience in the hope of giving the dogs a second chance at adoption. The dogs remain in the inmate’s care, living in the same cell for four weeks. To date, 100% of the dogs in the program have been adopted, making it a win-win proposition for the dogs, the community and the inmates. Chatham County, a Corizon facility, is a staunch supporter of this program.

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Corizon’s mission is to be the world’s foremost provider of correctional healthcare. But along the way, we want to be effective and impactful members of the communities we call home. It starts with our employees. Their compassionate hearts find numerous ways to contribute to a number of programs, charities and other initiatives.

To read more about Corizon’s inmate services and jobs in correctional healthcare visit our website at www.corizonhealth.com