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 Indiana ReEntry Programs
Indiana Department of Corrections Reentry
Includes the divisions of Re-entry, Programs, Case Management, Education, Religious Services and Community Involvement, Substance Abuse, Parole Services and Community Corrections.
The mission of pace is to provide a variety of services to help offenders, ex-offenders, and their families to lead productive and responsible lives in their community.
New Leaf – New Life is a 501 c3 nonprofit organization that offers services to inmates in the Monroe County Jail during incarceration and after release. Applying the philosophy of therapeutic justice, we encourage personal growth and self-advocacy, supporting incarcerated individuals in their efforts to make a successful transition back into the community.
BROTHER’S KEEPER is a program of Tri-State Men’s Center, Inc. in Evansville,Indiana. We are a non-profit [501(c)3], faith-based organization with a vision to address the needs ofmen as they return from prison to society. Key components ofour program include job search/ employmenet and self help skills, spiritual guidance, counseling referrals for life controlling issues, and transportation assistance whenavailable for accessing health care and community resources.
Aftercare for Indiana
To support Indiana’s at-risk youth through caring adult mentoring relationships and innovative programs that empowers them to achieve their full potential and become productive members of their community.
Currently the YWCA of Muncie has more than 65 women and women with children residing in our shelter. We offer a 30-day emergency shelter for homeless women, and prison and jail re-entry housing. The YWCA’s mission is to empower women to help them get back on their feet and return to the community. We work to empower women by offering them a healthy and supportive environment to thrive in.
Dismas House is the power of community at work. With the support of funders, volunteers, and partner businesses, we are the first critical step for former offenders in healing and learning. We know that with a safe, loving, nonjudgmental, and accountable place to call home, these men and women are more likely to successfully rebuild their lives.
Blue Jacket, Inc. was created in 2003 to address critical and unmet needs for people wanting to earn their second chance, and a refresher on their career. Our mission is to provide education, training, and opportunities to any disadvantaged person who is striving to earn a second chance at gainful employment.
Community Outreach Network Services
Sheila is an interactive, solution-focused therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach for client-centered treatment, and supportive services specifically tailored for each client’s needs. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
Gomer Inc / Women With Opulence is a Nonprofit organization. Our mission is to restore hope and build purpose and vision into the lives of women and young women. Gomer will empower women to lead lives with dignity in their communities and their families. Gomer will develop personal growth in the lives of women in the following areas: Spiritual, Physical, Social, Emotional, and Mental.
Indianapolis Mayor’s Office of Ex-Offender Re-Entry
The mission of the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office of Re-entry, and the Department of Public Safety, is to develop collaborative partnerships among Government, Businesses, Faith-Based Organizations, and Community Members to leverage resources, to ensure sustainability by enhancing crime prevention strategies, and evaluating outcomes based on data collection and quality of life enhancement, for ex-offenders, and the community.
It’s Possible Inc
Transitional services for ex-offenders. Housing, employment readiness training (ert), job placement/development, independent living skills, and more.
RecycleForce is a prime example of how social causes can be brought together to have a broader community impact. Using the revenue generated by its recycling business, RecycleForce is helping formerly incarcerated individuals rebuild their lives by providing gainful employment and comprehensive social services.
Our full program is divided into two phases made up of smaller programs. The first phase breaks through the bondage that is keeping the women captive. The second readies them to reestablish themselves in the community.
Through the Gate
Our passion is to help women be free of the destructive habits that have led them to use drugs and alcohol; to see them learn to live in such a way that they could restore broken relationships with friends, families and their kids. We want to help them be free of the bondage they’re under.
Volunteers of America of Indiana is one of 35 affiliates of Volunteers of America, which was established in 1896 by social reformers Ballington and Maud Booth. On behalf of the organization, the Booths pledged to “go wherever we are needed, and do whatever comes to hand.” That declaration continues to guide Volunteers of America’s outreach efforts.