Coming Soon! NCIA’s Herbert J. Hoelter Vocational Training Center

The National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA) is opening its door to a new Vocational Training Center in East Baltimore. The goal is to provide a myriad of training’s for veterans and returning citizens. One of the Vocational Training Center’s missions is to equip its participants with marketable skill sets that will afford them career paths enhancing their quality of life. Our vision is for each participant to become a productive member of society. It is named after NCIA’s Co-Founder and CEO, who has Continue reading →

NCIA Celebrates 40th Anniversary

NCIA Celebrates 40th Anniversary     The National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA) is pleased to announce our 40th Anniversary of the founding of NCIA.  It was in June of 1977 that Dr. Jerry Miller and Herbert Hoelter incorporated NCIA as a non-profit organization, with the mission of developing quality programs and professional services for those persons who come into contact with the human service and correctional systems.   Based in Woodlawn, NCIA operates programs for individuals with intellectual disabilities, students with special needs, Continue reading →

NCIA Welcomes New Director of Information Systems, Corey Benedict

For Immediate Release June 19, 2017   Introducing Corey Benedict Director of Information Systems   NCIA is excited to welcome Corey Benedict as the new Director of Information Systems. Corey has a long tenured background as a support technician, consultant, and specialist.   Corey, who is originally from Nebraska, is a graduate of the Lincoln School of Commerce. Coming to Maryland in 1999, Corey is now a Baltimore resident and has spent the last four years with All Covered as a support specialist. He has Continue reading →

NCIA Individual Instrumental in Saving Life

NCIA Individual Instrumental in Saving Life On May 31st Aaron Cook, who works at the Arbutus/ Catonsville District Court Multi-Service Center as a representative of NCIA, was responsible for saving a life while on the job. Attached is the correspondence from the courthouse recognizing Aaron for his heroic actions. Aaron Acknowledgement