Huntington County’s Community Corrections (HCCC) program will be moving into a new home this year, Commissioner Tom Wall revealed at Monday’s County Commissioners’ Meeting.
The commissioners unanimously approved the purchase of the new facility, pending final approval of the deal by the county’s legal counsel. While the new facility will be new to its incoming tenants, the location is not new to the people of Huntington County. The Our Lady of Victory Missionary Sisters complex will soon be home to HCCC, along with the county’s Emergency Management Agency and 911 dispatch center. Parkview Behavioral Health will also be leasing space in the complex, according to Wall, though the company did not return requests for comment as of press time.