Re-Entry Support Program

We can help you transition to daily community living.

About this program

The primary goal of the Re-Entry Support Program is to help previously incarcerated individuals successfully transition into community living by empowering them with the skills and resources needed to independently address the difficulties and challenges they will face in day-to-day life.

Who is this for?

This program is for those who have recently been incarcerated and are transitioning back to daily community living.

How does it work?

Our Support Specialists use a home-based model of service delivery to guide individuals through the re-entry process. This model is proven to help overcome barriers to services access, increase individual participation and accountability, and enhance progression and program success.

Sessions with a dedicated Support Specialist occur 2-3 times each week for 6-12 months depending on the needs of the client. Additional support is available 24 hours a day. Transportation is provided if needed to court hearings, job interviews and other important meetings related to the transition process. We work with all systems involved with the individual throughout the program to coordinate efforts and crease effectiviness.

What will this program help me with?

Individuals encounter unique challenges as they transition into community living and our specialists are prepared to help in most all situations. The most common areas of need include:

  • Securing basic needs such as housing, food and clothing
  • Identifying job opportunities and overcoming barriers to employment
  • Coordinating resources to complete education or enhance technical skills
  • Accessing physical and mental healthcare
  • Developing effective life-skills such as communication, time and stress management, and financial planning/management
  • Family reunification and parent skills training
  • Substance abuse/addiction concerns