ReEntry Programs help ex-offenders and felons on probation get jobs, find housing and network with others who may be in a similar situation. Some Re-entry programs may also be associated with religious and spiritual organizations.
A reentry program may be run by a state government, a local nonprofit or even for profit entity and they vary widely in the assistance they can provide.
- 1 Behavioral Systems Southwest
- 2 Family Service Agency
- 3 Phoenix Business Publishing
- 4 211arizona.org
- 5 AWEE (Arizona Women’s Education & Employment)
- 6 Buckeye Outreach for Social Services
- 7 CASS
- 8 Goodwill Career Centers
- 9 Old Pueblo Community Services
- 10 Hope’s Crossing
- 11 Arizona Department of Corrections
- 12 Ministry of the Incarcerated
- 13 The Potters House
- 14 Traditions
- 15 ViVRE
- 16 The Yavapai Reentry Project
- 17 Catholic Charities
List of Arizona ReEntry Programs
Behavioral Systems Southwest
Behavioral Systems Southwest (BSS) is a social service agency designed to address the criminogenic needs of the ex-offender population by introducing evidence-based, cognitive behavioral intervention. Our mission is to help problematic people change their life style. Emphasis is placed on showing individuals how to lead a more productive, self-supporting, drug-free life, thus breaking the criminal cycle.
Family Service Agency
We are the oldest social service agency in Arizona with over a century of service in the Valley. Our agency feels a deep sense of responsibility for the stewardship of the community funds given to improve social and child welfare of the community.
Phoenix Business Publishing
Jobs For Felons Hub is dedicated to helping those who have gone through the criminal justice system and are looking for successful reentry into society. It has numerous resources to help those in need such as; jobs for felons by city and state, a free downloadable job search guide, reentry programs, housing information, and more.
Community Information and Referral Services was founded in 1964 and incorporated as a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in 1979.
Community Information and Referral Services transforms lives by linking individuals and families to vital community services throughout Arizona.
All Arizonans are easily connected to available health and human services in thei
AWEE (Arizona Women’s Education & Employment)
At AWEE, our focus – our only focus – is workforce development. Since 1981 we have helped more than 200,000 Arizonans find jobs, keep their families together, become financially independent and contribute to our community. AWEE provides the tools for change, independence, self-reliance and community revitalization to advance Arizona’s workforce.
Buckeye Outreach for Social Services
Welcome to the Buckeye Outreach for Social Services. We are faith and community based organization committed to helping all members of the community.
B.O.S.S. offers a CIRCLE OF SERVICES to the Un-Employed, Under Employed, Veterans Ex- Offenders, those in Recovery and People who just want to do better.
Our mission is to empower men, women and children with diverse needs to end their homelessness by providing shelter and supportive services.
Goodwill Career Centers
Working as a positive catalyst for change, we take a neighborly approach by offering 70+ community locations where your gently used goods can be dropped off, which in turn help place thousands of people in Arizona jobs every year.
Old Pueblo Community Services
When people face homelessness, Old Pueblo Community Services offers housing, counseling and support services to help them transform their lives.
OPG Vision Statement
We envision a future in which all have the opportunity to reside in safe affordable housing and live meaningful, self-defined, dignified lives, as part of a healthy, inclusive community.
Welcoming all persons regardless of race, ethnicity, religious preference, or sexual orientation – Employing a diverse workforce to best meet diverse client needs.
Hope’s Crossing arose from watching the potential of individuals who had some episodes with incarceration, thrive in programs designed to help cope with the trauma of the prison industrial complex.
Arizona Department of Corrections
Check this resource for a list of curated programs
Ministry of the Incarcerated
We provide for those who have served their prison sentence and are now ready to serve society and the job market, as well as their families. Highly personalized, this ministry provides true beyond-the-bars liberation.
The Potters House
The Potter’s House Substance Abuse Center (TPHSAC) is an outpatient substance abuse Treatment Program. Our objective is to provide clinically sound outpatient substance abuse treatment to men and women 18 and older of all ethnic groups, who are experiencing substance use disorders (abuse, dependency), including education of criminal offenders.
We want to enhance and enrich our community and families by teaching recovered addicts and rehabilitated offenders how to return to society as productive, working members of the community by rebuilding family ties and creating a strong work ethic.
ViVRE was formed with a mission: to provide quality housing to help people at risk, transition back into society. ViVRE’s 90-day “Quick Start Program”, connects our residents to any needed resources, and service
The Yavapai Reentry Project
The Yavapai Reentry Project was established in 2011 to focus on a key population in the community whose needs were not being fulfilled— those exiting the department of corrections. In an effort to reduce recidivism, improve individual lives, and promote a safer community for all members of Yavapai County, a group of non-profit organizations, government offices, and motivated community members came together to form the Yavapai Reentry Project.
Over the years, Catholic Charities staff and volunteers continued to monitor the needs of central and northern Arizona communities and responded by providing life-changing services that protect and nurture children, help strengthen families and assist individuals in crisis – growing to serve communities in Maricopa, Yavapai, Coconino and Mohave Counties.