CoreCivic Community maintains a vast network of residential reentry centers across the United States. These centers provide a step-down environment for individuals nearing release, easing the transition from incarceration to release.
At our residential reentry centers, residents are either in the closing weeks of their sentence or have been assigned to the facility in lieu of prison or a jail sentence. Our centers provide a degree of freedom for work and other approved activities, while still providing the support needed to get back on track. When residents are not out searching for employment or at work, they may participate in a range of programs offered by trained professionals including job readiness, substance use disorder counseling and life skills programs.
Additionally, staff members connect residents with outside resources to assist with permanent housing, obtaining proper identification, and other critical needs that can present barriers to their reentry.
Our centers help residents take the best next steps to rebuilding a life they can be proud of, one anchored by stability and hope.
We believe the process of reentry begins on day one of incarceration.
We believe a safe environment is critical to the delivery of life-changing reentry programming.