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 Genesis One
- 2 Tulsa Reentry One Stop
- 3 Oklahoma Department of Corrections
- 4 Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)
- 5 Offender Workforce Development Specialist Training Program
- 6 Oklahoma Collaborative Mental Health Reentry Program (CMHRP)
- 7 Oklahoma Partnership for Successful Reentry
- 8 Oklahoma Reentry
- 9 She Brews Coffee House Reentry Program
List of Oklahoma ReEntry Programs
Genesis One breaks the cycle of recidivism by changing the lives of offenders both in and out of prison through accountability & discipleship, offering meaningful programs to prisons, and aftercare and related resources upon release.
Tulsa Reentry One Stop
We invest in programs and initiatives that support Oklahomans across the lifespan, striving to find ways to best meet the health and human service needs of our state. Through research, data, planning and action, in collaboration with local and national community agencies and leaders, we strive to build a strong, resilient, thriving Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Department of Corrections
The core mission of the Oklahoma DOC is to protect the public and increase public safety, promote a safe working environment for the staff and to encourage positive change in offender behavior by promoting successful reentry and rehabilitation programs.
Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)
The Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO), a national re-entry program that offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with criminal records, celebrated the opening of its new Oklahoma City office during an event Thursday, Jan. 9 at Moore City Hall.
Offender Workforce Development Specialist Training Program
The National Career Development Association (NCDA) provides professional development, publications, standards, and advocacy to practitioners and educators who inspire and empower individuals to achieve their career and life goals.
Oklahoma Collaborative Mental Health Reentry Program (CMHRP)
The Oklahoma Collaborative Mental Health Reentry Program (CMHRP) was designed to offer a continuity of care for mentally ill offenders at selected state prisons through the use of specialized pre-release services followed by intensive post-release case management.
Oklahoma Partnership for Successful Reentry
The Oklahoma Partnership for Successful Reentry, Inc. is a statewide coalition of organizations working in the field of reentry, which is helping ex-felons reintegrate into society, especially after prison, but also including those reentering from jail, probation, or moving here from out-of-state. OPSR partner organizations include a broad spectrum of faith-based, community-based, tribal, local, state, and federal organizations and agencies with a common goal: to remove the barriers to reentry in our State.
This web site is intended for informational purposes only. Every attempt has been made to include the most accurate and current information. However, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections cannot be held responsible for the information provided by programs listed or held liable for the qualify or nature of services provided by any agency or organization. Included are links to numerous public service agencies and government publications and web sites.
She Brews Coffee House Reentry Program
Justice Center is a national nonprofit organization that serves policymakers at the local, state, and federal levels from all branches of government. Staff provides practical, nonpartisan advice and evidence-based, consensus-driven strategies to increase public safety and strengthen communities.