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 Goodwill
- 2 NC Department of Corrections Reentry
- 3 A Reentry Guidebook for Incarcerated Veterans in North Carolina
- 4 Barnabas House
- 5 Center for Effective Public Policy
- 6 Coastal Horizons Center, Inc.
- 7 Collateral Consequences Assessment Tool
- 8 Community Success Initiative
- 9 Exodus Homes
- 10 LINC Inc.
- 11 MenTouring Our Brothers, Inc.
- 12 National HIRE Network
- 13 NC Dept of Corrections County Resource Guide
- 14 North Carolina Handbook for Family and Friends of Inmates
- 15 North Carolina Reentry Resources
- 16 Passage Home
- 17 Piedmont Triad Regional Court Project Re-Entry
- 18 RCND
- 19 Reentry National Media Outreach Campaign
- 20 Reentry Policy Council
List of North Carolina ReEntry Programs
Goodwill provides a wide range of training, placement and workforce development services to help people develop the skills they need to find jobs and become more independent. These services are offered at our Workforce Development Centers and are offered in partnership with area community colleges, the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, the Department of Social Services, Mental Health and other community organizations.
NC Department of Corrections Reentry
The Office of Transition Services (OTS) was created in September of 2006 by Secretary Theodis Beck. This office was created in response to the overwhelming need to support offenders as they transition from prison to community, throughout the period of community supervision and after supervision ends.
A Reentry Guidebook for Incarcerated Veterans in North Carolina
This booklet is a tool for Veterans incarcerated and their families who wish access to services to support a new and better way of life. Be aware, this guidebook is designed to assist veterans incarcerated in the State of North Carolina, and their families, laws and programs do vary from state to state.
Barnabas House is a Christian residential program that prepares released inmates to reintegrate into society and to become productive members of the community.
Center for Effective Public Policy
To assist justice system professionals and their partners to collaboratively identify and implement effective, evidence-based strategies that reduce harm and improve justice system outcomes.
Coastal Horizons Center, Inc.
Coastal Horizons Center, Inc. is a private, non-profit service delivery Corporation servicing Eastern North Carolina and Durham. The Corporation is governed by a Board of Trustees representing a cross-section of residents from the area with services provided by a staff of qualified professionals.
Collateral Consequences Assessment Tool
The Collateral Consequences Assessment Tool, or C-CAT, fills an existing gap in resources for those who regularly work with people involved with the criminal justice system, both before and after disposition.
Community Success Initiative
Community Success Initiative (CSI) was founded as a non-profit corporation in May 2004 with a vision to work with men and women who are transitioning from prison and jail, or who otherwise find themselves entangled in the criminal justice system.
Exodus Homes is a faith-based United Way agency, offering transitional and permanent supportive housing for homeless recovering addicts, alcoholics, and formerly incarcerated people returning to our community from treatment programs and prison.
Leading Into New Communities, Inc. (LINC, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides transitional living and case management services to meet the immediate needs of men and women returning from prison and culturally specific youth development services for African American young men ages 16-24. Visit our Programs pages to learn more about our services.
MenTouring Our Brothers, Inc.
MenTouring Our Brothers, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to preventing young minority males from entering the juvenile and criminal justice systems and supporting those who are transitioning from the systems by equipping and empowering them through “mentouring” relationships, educational and enrichment programs, and employment.
National HIRE Network
Established by the Legal Action Center in 2001, the National Helping Individuals with criminal records Re-enter through Employment (H.I.R.E.) Network is both a national clearinghouse for information and an advocate for policy change.
NC Dept of Corrections County Resource Guide
The NCDPS County Resource Guide was developed by the NC Department of Public Safety’s Office of Research and Planning/Office of Transition Services to provide released offenders, Probation/Parole Officers, Prison Case Managers and Social Workers and others with a searchable database of community resources in each of North Carolina’s 100 counties.
North Carolina Handbook for Family and Friends of Inmates
This handbook has been developed for you as a guide in understanding the rules and regulations that govern the North Carolina prison facilities. Although this handbook may not answer all of your questions, it will provide general information about the North Carolina prison system to hopefully assist you during this difficult time.
North Carolina Reentry Resources
Check this resource for a list of curated programs
Passage Home’s mission statement is to break the cycle of poverty for the communities we serve in Wake County. We do this by connecting families and neighborhoods to resources and opportunities. We prepare people to receive their blessings. By staying true to our values and focus, we continue to lead the charge on poverty in Wake County. Here’s our focus:
Piedmont Triad Regional Court Project Re-Entry
Project Re-entry assists former offenders returning to the community after serving prison sentences in avoiding the potential pitfalls associated with life after incarceration. The mission of the program is to improve the reintegration of ex-offenders, reduce criminal justice cost, and increase public safety.
The Religious Coalition for a Nonviolent Durham (RCND) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization comprised of individuals, who as an expression of their faith and goodwill, actively seek an end to the violence that is plaguing Durham neighborhoods.
Reentry National Media Outreach Campaign
The Reentry National Media Outreach Campaign is an exciting multi-year media outreach effort that focuses on the reintegration of men and women leaving prison and returning home.
Reentry Policy Council
The Reentry Policy Council is a national project coordinated by The Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center, a national nonprofit organization that serves policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels from all branches of government. The CSG Justice Center provides practical, nonpartisan advice and consensus-driven strategies—informed by available evidence—to increase public safety and strengthen communities.