Virginia 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 Virginia ReEntry Programs

Virginia DOC

The Department of Corrections is providing re-entry transition services to offenders through partnerships with local jails. Selected offenders are relocated from prison to a local jail in their community to receive transitioning services such as life skills workshops and assistance with housing and employment. These services will strengthen public safety by better preparing the offenders for their return to the community.

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Virginia CARES

We strive to provide our participants with a complete program that assists them with all of their reentry needs. Our program offers support and educational opportunities for all participants.

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Adult Alternative Program

Adult Alternative Program helps ex-offenders because becoming self-employed builds self-esteem, as well as communities, neighborhoods, cities, and government. As one of our members, you’ll be able to create a “world community” that helps you stay positive when the thought of wrongdoing arises or you think of giving up.

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AFOI

The mission of Assisting Families of Inmates (AFOI) is to provide opportunities for regular, meaningful visitation, referrals to community resources, and other services that help families cope with incarceration and prepare for release and reunification.

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Boaz& Ruth

A key foundation of our mission is collaborative partnerships with our neighbors in Highland Park, with the criminal justice system, with other nonprofits and government agencies, as well as with individuals and faith-based and academic communities.

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Bridging The Gap In Virginia

Bridging The Gap In Virginia is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization committed to providing a bridge to success to those men and women struggling with addiction, incarceration, chronic homelessness and lack of employability.

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Home Again

Helping families and individuals experiencing homelessness secure and maintain a Home, Again. HomeAgain considers the uniqueness of each individual and develops a housing plan to meet their needs.

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Norfolk Prisoner ReentryProgram

The Norfolk Department of Human Services uses a community based approach to integrate human services and public safety. We work with persons previously incarcerated on an individual and voluntary basis.

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OAR

OAR rebuilds lives and breaks the cycle of crime with opportunities, alternatives, and resources for offenders and their families to create a safer community.

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Offender Aid and Restoration of Richmond, Inc.

OAR rebuilds lives and breaks the cycle of crime with opportunities, alternatives, and resources for offenders and their families to create a safer community.

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RIHD Reentry Program

RIHD is an all volunteer organization depending solely upon member dues and donations. Become a member today. Help keep RIHD work ending the trend of mass incarceration and successful reentry in Virginia.

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STEP-UP, Incorporated

When an inmate is released from prison, many times these ex-offenders have few resources available to them. With little money, perhaps a fractured family-support network, few job opportunities and chances are, any form of state-issued identification has expired. STEP UP, Inc. helps these ex-offenders find a new start in their lives.

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Virginia Beach Reentry Council

The Mission of the Virginia Beach Reentry Council is to assist adult and juvenile returning citizens through a collaborative-supported partnership of private, public, non-profit, and faith-based agencies with resources to educate and/or provide assistance to overcoming reentry obstacles.

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Virginia CURE

We support a safe, peaceful Virginia for all citizens by meeting public safety responsibilities for restoration of crime victims, the offenders, the affected families, and the community at large. Our objective is to provide information, support, and resources, to serve as an effective voice in gaining public attention for positive changes and improvements in policies and laws.

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Virginia Department of Social Services

The Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) is a state supervised and locally administered social services system. Providing oversight and guidance to 120 local offices across the state, VDSS delivers a wide variety of services and benefits to over 1.6 million Virginians each year.

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