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 Alston Wilkes Society
- 2 Jump Start Program
- 3 Angels Charge Ministry
- 4 Hearts For Inmates
- 5 JumpStart Re-Entry Program
- 6 Magdalene House of Charleston
- 7 National HIRE Network South Carolina
- 8 SC Strong
- 9 Soteria Community Development
- 10 South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services
- 11 Women Reaching Out – Heart of Hannah Outreach Center
List of South Carolina ReEntry Programs
Alston Wilkes Society
The Community Service Program carries on the original AWS mission assisting offenders, former offenders, family members and homeless individuals in rebuilding their lives as productive, law-abiding members of the community..
Jump Start Program
JumpStart Ministry is committed to the goal of providing Christian assistance in the areas of preparation, provision, and placement to those individuals who are 2 years or less within their max out or parole date.
Angels Charge Ministry
Angels Charge Ministry is based on Psalm 91 referring to God’s angels watching over and helping others. We believe that by helping women change their environment when they come out of prison, along with counseling and education, they can develop the skills they need to start a new life and stay out of prison.
Hearts For Inmates
The mission of HEARTS FOR INMATES is to Help, Encourage, Aspire, Redeem, Trust and provide Support for both short and long term individuals who are incarcerated. We do this by advocating for changes within South Carolina legislation and policy changes within South Carolina The Department of Corrections and the Department of Pardon Probation and Parole.
JumpStart Re-Entry Program
JumpStart conducts programming in 13 South Carolina prison, including Lieber Correctional Institution near Ridgeville in Dorchester County. The program is designed to help inmates find stable jobs, housing and mentorship once they are released from prison.
Magdalene House of Charleston
Magdalene House of Charleston helps our residents achieve improved social functioning by teaching them skills to find legal employment at a living wage, and ways to improve their physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Screened applicants are invited to stay in a structured, two year program. Our goals are to offer a chance for recovery from addiction and the opportunity for safe permanent housing.
National HIRE Network South Carolina
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.
The mission of South Carolina STRONG is to reverse the debilitating effects of generational poverty, teach non-violence, rehabilitate criminals and substance abusers, and move people into economic self-sufficiency through a minimum two year residential education program serving South Carolina residents at no cost to them.
Soteria Community Development
Soteria Community Development Corporation is committed to empowering and assisting individuals to reach their full potential. From planning skills and goal setting, to positive decision-making, we aim for everyone who walks through our doors to achieve a healthy, responsible lifestyle.
South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services
Located in both Columbia and Spartanburg, South Carolina, the Reentry Program Services Centers are designed to increase the likelihood that offenders will meet their financial obligations and community responsibilities, as well as successfully complete supervision.
Women Reaching Out – Heart of Hannah Outreach Center
Agency provides: *counseling *faith based recovery(drugs and alcohol)*housing(women in crisis/released from jail) *life skills classes*job training*work study programs.