About Us

Providing Community Corrections Programming Since 1990

Since 1990

WCRCC’s History

West Central Regional Community Corrections (WCRCC) originally began as Fountain County Community Corrections in 1990. In May 1993, Montgomery, Parke, Vermillion, and Warren counties joined Fountain County Community Corrections to form what is now WCRCC. WCRCC is the largest community corrections region in Indiana.

WCRCC’s office was originally located in the Fountain County Courthouse. In 1996, WCRCC moved the office to its present location in Veedersburg. Due to the demands generated by offenders in need of assistance WCRCC purchased another building in 2010 to house WCRCC programs and services.

WCRCC is currently staffed by twelve full time and four part-time employees. WCRCC is governed by an Advisory board consisting of 21 statutorily appointed members with representatives from each of the region’s counties, that include that include judges, prosecutors, probation officers, professional individuals outside of the judicial system, and local residents.

Main Office

The Annex