CoreCivic is committed to bettering the public good, and reducing recidivism is a foundational part of this mission. We help men and women reenter society prepared to meet the demands and expectations of community, family and the workplace.
We believe reentry begins at the time an inmate is placed in our care. To support this philosophy, we offer evidence-based programs including academic and life skills courses, substance use treatment, vocational training, and faith-based initiatives. Led by a team of dedicated professionals and community volunteers, we work daily to help men and women address a wide range of issues, preparing them for life after incarceration.
Our continually broadening scope of reentry solutions represents a vital link between incarceration and the community.
CoreCivic offers reentry programs that address complex rehabilitation needs, including substance use treatment, and academic and life skills courses.
We operate a growing network of residential reentry centers across the nation to help address America's recidivism crisis.