Nevada 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 Nevada ReEntry Programs

Ridge House

The Ridge House is a recovery-oriented system of care that provides comprehensive residential and out-patient assistance for individuals in struggling with addiction. Through compassionate services and strategic programming, our clients are able to succeed in their recovery and become productive, law-abiding members of society.

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HIRE Network

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.

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Nevada Department of Corrections

The Nevada Department of Corrections will improve public safety by ensuring a safe and humane environment that incorporates proven rehabilitation initiatives that prepare individuals for successful reintegration into our communities.

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Casa Grande Re-Entry Center

In 2004 then Nevada Governor Kenny Guinn called upon Molasky to build the 400-bed Casa Grande Reentry Facility for the State of Nevada Department of Corrections. The campus includes an administrative office complex, medical, classrooms, and minimum-security dormitories. That project earned Molasky a reputation for progressive correctional design.

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College of Southern Nevada ReEntry Program

The ReEntry Program assists individuals with significant barriers to education and/or employment, including: single parents, displaced homemakers, students with disabilities, educationally disadvantaged students and individuals interested in nontraditional occupations (for their gender) in Career and Technical Education (CTE) fields.

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Health Care for Re-entry Veterans (HCRV) Program

Outreach and pre-release assessments services for Veterans in prison referrals and linkages to medical, psychiatric, and social services, including employment services upon release as well as short term case management assistance upon release

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Hope for Prisoners

HOPE for Prisoners is committed to helping men, women, and young adults successfully reenter the workforce, their families, and our community.

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