Tennessee 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 Tennessee ReEntry Programs

Corizon

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Tennessee Department of Corrections

The Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) has emerged as a model in the nation for its management practices and cost-saving measures since becoming one of the first correctional systems in the country to be fully accredited in 1994.

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Chattanooga Endeavors, Inc.

Endeavors is a 4 week, pre-employment, job-placement program which is available to any ex-offender in the Chattanooga area. The objective is to produce motivated graduates who are drug free, eager to learn and succeed, capable of setting goals and overcoming obstacles, persevering in their careers and actualizing ideals.

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CONNECT Ministries -Cities of Refuge Program

Cities of Refuge is an exceptional network of churches, businesses, non-profits and employers and other resources/service providers who are willing to walk alongside men, women and children who have fallen on hard times and need the love and support of people who believe in restoration, forgiveness, and second chances.

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CONNECT Ministries- Urban Cowboy Restoration Program

The Urban Cowboy Restoration Program is designed to help ex-offenders reintegrate back into the community successfully.

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Corizon Reentry Tennessee

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Families of Incarcerated Individuals – Doorways Prison Re-Entry Program for Women

Families of Incarcerated Individuals, Inc (FII) through collaborative efforts with Mark Luttrell Correctional Center for Women (MLCC) and other community faith based organizations have developed a creative project titled “Doorways Reentry Program”. Doorways Reentry Program is an ambiguous but comprehensive intervention designed to reduce recidivism and ultimately increase success in reentry by offering enriched transitional services to female offenders returning to the Memphis and Shelby County community.

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Father’s House Transitional Housing Emergency Shelter for Men

The Emergency Shelter, located at 55 Lunenburg St., in Fitchburg, formally opened on March 4, 1985, provides meals, shelter, housing search, and advocacy services in the spirit of hospitality to homeless men and women.

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Forgiveness House-Residential Prison Re-Entry Program for Males

Provides 3-6 month transitional living and learning center for men leaving prison that includes clean and affordable housing, meals, transportation and possible job placement. Will not accept arsonists, but may accept sex offenders, on a case-by-case basis, and gives preference to men 25 and older.

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HUGGS Life Addiction Recovery Program

H.u.g.g.s. provides help for men and women who have been incarcerated. Establish healthy, useful and joyful lives in society, and to prevent recidivism. We do this through counseling training, information and financial assistance.

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JOHN R. HAY HOUSE Brown Annex

The Brown Annex for men is sponsored by the United Way and provides recovery and rehabilitation services for 14 male offenders who have been ordered into the program by the sentencing judge.

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JOHN R. HAY HOUSE Hosanna House

The Hosanna House for Women is sponsored by the United Way. Established in 2002, the Hosanna House provides recovery and rehabilitation for 14 female offenders who have been placed in the program by the sentencing judge.

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Men of Valor Aftercare/Reentry Program

Men of Valor’s Aftercare and Re-Entry program allows participants who are released into the discipleship academy to immediately overcome these daunting obstacles. The participants are picked up at the prison door by one of our staff or volunteers upon release.

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Project Return Program

Project Return works with people who have been convicted of felonies or serious misdemeanors and were released from incarceration within the preceding 12 months. Within our walls – as well as within the walls of the prisons where we provide pre-release programming – our varied services are infused with the commitment of the agency to every person’s humanity and dignity, as each person re-enters society and leaves prison behind.

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Relapse Prevention Ex-Offender Chattanooga Endeavors

Endeavors is a 4 week, pre-employment, job-placement program which is available to any ex-offender in the Chattanooga area. The objective is to produce motivated graduates who are drug free, eager to learn and succeed, capable of setting goals and overcoming obstacles, persevering in their careers and actualizing ideals.

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Transformation Project

Our Mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ by working to transform the lives of addiction-related offenders and their families through the power of God, thereby reducing recidivism.

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