Arizona Reentry Programs

Arizona Reentry Programs




Arizona Department of Corrections – Department of corrections reentry program for the state of Arizona.

Arizona Advocates for Ex-Offenders – AAFEO is a Phoenix based nonprofit agency whose mission is to reduce the recidivism through active engagement and community involvement.  We want to assist ex-offenders in maintaining and staying out of prison/jails by providing direct assistance, information as well as resources.

Family Service Agency – The Community Re-Integration Program provides an array of services all dedicated to assisting ex-offenders in preparing for, securing and maintaining long-term employment. The program is designed to meet the specific needs of ex-offenders re-entering the workforce to ensure a successful transition into society.

Ministry to the Recently Released (MRR) – This is a service of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Phoenix, an organization that helps millions of people in need each year. This service helps recently released ex-offenders, who may be experiencing homelessness or recently housed, with their basic needs. These needs include food, clothing, Identification (ID), legal clinic, assistance with transportation, and referrals for shelter, health care and employment training/placement services.

Phoenix Business Publishing – This is a website repository that provides practical, instructive, and balanced information to the media, to academia and to the general public regarding America’s criminal justice system. This site is primarily for white-collar offenders who are seeking a single, comprehensive and credible source that details the inner-workings of America’s federal prison system and the public policy that shapes it. From this site, viewers can obtain a 26-page report detailing the internal operations of any one of America’s 120 federal prison facilities, and a directory of the 255 federal halfway houses nationwide.

The Yavapai Reentry Project – Yavapai Reentry Project is a regional support system which promotes successful reintegration of formerly incarcerated individuals in a way that improves community safety by reducing criminal behavior.

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