Georgia 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 Georgia ReEntry Programs

NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc

NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc. is committed to providing workforce development, job placement, educational training and other supportive services to individuals with criminal records who are seeking positive re-entry into their communities.

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State Board of Pardons and Paroles Reentry

The Georgia Parole Board is dedicated to creating a transition continuum from prison release through the successful completion of parole while keeping public safety as the top priority.

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Georgia Calls

Our pathway to rebuilding families is grounded on evidence-based practices that have been proven to work. In fact, in our first year of operation, we helped reunite over 40 kids with their parents, and directly impacted a total of 91 children. We have seen a 600% growth rate and have training and employed over 63 participants. All of this has been done through our CHANCE program.

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Prison Fellowship

Prison Fellowship® trains and inspires churches and communities—inside and outside of prison—to support the restoration of those affected by incarceration. We equip correctional leaders, volunteers, and incarcerated men and women to make prisons more rehabilitative places; we advocate for a more restorative criminal justice system; and we collaborate with churches and local service providers to support former prisoners, their families, and their communities.

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Georgia Department of Corrections

The Georgia Department of Corrections protects the public by operating secure and safe facilities while reducing recidivism through effective programming, education, and healthcare.

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Center for Opportunity

Georgia Center for Opportunity’s Prisoner Reentry Initiative began as an attempt to understand the driving force behind Georgia’s high recidivism rate and develop solutions to reduce this number. From July 2013 to June 2014, Georgia Center for Opportunity (GCO) convened monthly meetings of prisoner reentry experts from the nonprofit, government, academic, and private sectors.

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Georgia Reentry Partnership Housing

Re-Entry Partnership Housing (RPH) is a means to provide housing to convicted felons who remain in prison after the Parole Board has authorized their release due solely to having no residential options.

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Reentry Project, Inc.

A program by Reentry Project Inc. – Serving men who served time for Misdemeanor Offenses in Georgia’s Correctional Systems. Program is based in Cobb County serving Cobb and neighboring Dekalb, Fulton, Douglas & Paulding Counties.

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Social Services Database

Check this resource for a list of curated programs

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United Way Atlanta

United Way of Greater Atlanta invests in more than 200 programs in 13 counties through the United Way Impact Fund. But, that’s not all. We bring together people and resources to tackle complex community issues and drive sustainable positive change to help our community thrive.

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