Montana ReEntry Programs

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.

List of Montana ReEntry Programs

Montana DOC

The Montana Department of Corrections is dedicated to reducing the rate offenders return to incarceration by utilizing collaborative interagency partnerships and national best practices for reentry.

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Gallatin Reentry

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Helena Prerelease Center

Helena’s Prerelease Center is a community corrections 105-bed facility serving adult men who must be a resident of Montana. Our facility is designed to ease the transition of an offender from a correctional institution to living independently in the community. A person may be transferred from a jail directly to our Center (on inmate status) if the Montana Department of Corrections determines the offender does not need to go to prison and/or the offender violated conditions of their community placement.

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Montana DOC Re-Entry Initiative

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Montana Women’s Prison And Passages (Pre-Release)

Montana Women s Prison in Billings houses approximately 265 adult female offenders and has partial responsibility for 245 more. More than 90 percent of inmates at MWP are involved in educational or vocational programs and nearly all participate in a parenting program, staffed by volunteers, where they learn prenatal skills, infant care, adolescent behavior and more.

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Carmel Redevelopment Corp. Re-Entry Program

Mt.Carmel Redevelopment Corporation is designated as a Communty – Based Housing Development Organization (CHDO). A “CHDO” (pronounced “CHO-DOE”) is a special status which the government grants to nonprofit community organizations engaged in housing development activities that benefit low and moderate income families.

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VA Montana Health Care System Veterans Re-Entry Program

Montana Women s Prison in Billings houses approximately 265 adult female offenders and has partial responsibility for 245 more. More than 90 percent of inmates at MWP are involved in educational or vocational programs and nearly all participate in a parenting program, staffed by volunteers, where they learn prenatal skills, infant care, adolescent behavior and more.

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