In the United States, approximately 1.6 million people are incarcerated in federal and state prisons - 95% will be released back into our communities. Sadly, three out of four of them will be rearrested within three years. CoreCivic is leading with evidence-based reentry programs and supporting public policies to reduce recidivism and change lives.
Learn more about the research around recidivism and our commitment to promote reentry in our facilities and through public policy advocacy.
Effective, high-quality reentry programs run by a dedicated staff of chaplains, teachers, treatment managers, and counselors are at the center of CoreCivic's mission to better the public good. In 2014, our company made commitments, unprecedented for the public or private sector, to strengthen reentry programming.
Read about the progress we've made.
At CoreCivic, we believe change in people is possible. We see it every day as the men and women in our care work to further their educations, learn and heal from past mistakes, and make plans for a better future. Our dedicated team of reentry professionals walk with them on this journey.
Here are a few of their stories.
Go Further is a process, developed by CoreCivic, that begins the day an offender enters our care. With the help of dedicated reentry professionals, inmates create a life plan that identifies specific education, treatment and spiritual deficits to be addressed during his or her incarceration.
Learn more about how Go Further is helping men and women prepare for successful reentry.
Join a dynamic team of professionals united in one common goal – changing lives in a safe and secure environment.
CoreCivic is committed to reducing recidivism through the delivery of high-quality programming and services. As reentry professionals, our priority is changing lives.