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.
Homebase housing for women – A place for women that are just coming out of prison with no money and a past that has abuse involved.
Ministry of the Incarcerated – This is a ministry of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Phoenix, an organization that helps millions of people in need each year. The Ministry to the Incarcerated helps recently released ex-offenders meets their basic needs. This includes things like food, shelter, and health care provisions while the ex-offender is trying to obtain employment.
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 former inmates to improve community safety by reducing criminal behavior.
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