JAIL

DIVISIONS

 
 

La Crosse County Jail

Programs
We offer various programs in the jail including:
  • AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)
  • NA (Narcotics Anonymous)
  • Adult Basic Education
  • AODA (Alcohol or Other Drug Addictions)
  • Bible Study
  • Church Services
  • Coping Skills
  • Employment Skills
  • Exercise Program
  • GED/HSED (General Education Degree / High School Equivalent Degree)
  • Health Education
  • Leisure Education
  • Personal Awareness
  • Personality Education
  • Recreation
  • Storybook Program

  • Thinking for a Change

JAIL VOLUNTEER RULES
JAIL VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
 

La Crosse County has a Justice Sanctions Program, operated under the Human Services Department, to provide programs in electronic monitoring, bond monitoring, day reporting, community service, OWI sanctions, victim impact panels and drug court.  Human Services is also responsible for the 48-bed La Crosse County Juvenile Detention Facility.

 Sheriff Steve Helgeson
 Chief Deputy - Jeff Wolf