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 New Hampshire ReEntry Programs
Rise Again Outreach
Rise Again Outreach is a Christian faith-centered organization. We were established in July 2007 and we are an exempt charitable organization under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). Our method of operating for all of our activities is inspired by the ministry of Jesus, who was sent by God into the world “…not to condemn the world, but to save the world through Him” (John 3:16-17)
Alternative Solutions Associates
Alternative Solutions can offer cost-effective solutions to incarceration through local systems assessments, reentry programming, staff trainings and grant writing assistance. ASAI can also offer assistance on topics such as jail planning, jail overcrowding, and offender programs.
Community Strategies provides adults with intellectual disabilities a chance to grow and flourish in the community by offering residence in small group home settings; The Crime and Justice Institute provides research and consulting services which advance evidence-based practices that inform systems-level change. Around the nation, we are making neighborhoods safer and improving the quality of life for all through strong public policy development and legislation.
New Hampshire 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.
EHD Office of Re-Entry
The Office of Reentry is devoted to helping those who were incarcerated to become successful, productive members of the community after they have paid their debt to society. There are many programs to help these individuals find jobs, family, and support services. The office also is a referral source to community based organizations.
Headrest provides a 24-hour crisis hotline service to individuals living NH and VT and nationwide. Trained Crisis Intervention Counselors provide information and referral services to populations at risk for substance abuse and suicide. Through active listening Counselors assist with the following: suicide lethality assessments and intervention, domestic violence intervention, substance use assessments and other relevant issues.
Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch exposes human rights abuses like torture, violence against women, and child exploitation. In order to maintain our independence, we accept no money from any government. We rely solely on the generosity of people like you to defend human rights.
Keystone Hall is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive residential and outpatient substance use disorder treatment, prevention, and recovery supports to New Hampshire community members, including men, women, adolescents, and families. As a member of the Partnership for Successful Living, Keystone Hall offers a unique, holistic approach to care that results in better outcomes for our clients and the community.
The ACLU of New Hampshire is a state affiliate of the National ACLU which was founded in the 1920s by a small group of devoted civil libertarians. Today the National ACLU is comprised of more than 500,000 members and more than fifty affiliates and chapters nationwide.
To promote life-long learning by partnering with businesses, agencies, and organizations to bring the state’s education, employment and training programs together into a workforce development system that will provide the means for residents of New Hampshire to gain sufficient skills, education, employment and financial independence.