The re-entry program assists incarcerated individuals in transitioning from life in jail or prison to life in the community. The re-entry program links justice-involved individuals to services and resources in the community to reduce barriers and foster positive outcomes to reduce the likelihood of recidivism. Wrap around services such as mental health and substance abuse treatment, transportation services, food assistance, housing resources, employment assistance, and education and vocational assistance are a few of the areas we impact. The re-entry program is dedicated to building safe and strong community relationships, in collaboration with support from agencies within the community.
Mission: To transition justice involved individuals into the community, reduce recidivism rates, improve public safety, and link them to resources and services that address barriers to medical and mental health, employment, housing, education, vocation, transportation, food insecurity, clothing, and other issues surrounding their quality of life.