ACC – The Arkansas Reentry Team’s vision is to motivate and provide opportunities for offenders to prepare for successful reentry into society through community engagement and stakeholder partnerships aimed at increasing public safety and reducing recidivism while slowing prison growth.
CARE Coalition – Central Arkansas ReEntry Coalition is a group of concerned agencies and citizens which began working working collaboratively in 2009 to assist citizens returning from incarceration to Lonoke and Pulaski Counties as they reenter society and reconnect with family while starting over in order to lead productive lives.
Fair Shake Reentry Resource Center – A FREE national reentry resource and personal development center with over 15,000 resources and information for all reentry stakeholders including the formerly and currently incarcerated, their families and friends, employers, property managers, corrections and reentry professionals and the community at large.
Goodwill Industries of Arkansas – Goodwill Industries of Arkansas is committed to providing services to individuals who are returning to our community from a period of incarceration. Our staff understands the challenges faced when re-entering the workforce after incarceration and the skills needed to overcome them.
InnerChange Freedom Initiative – The InnerChange Freedom Initiative (IFI) is a reentry program for prisoners based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Inmates begin the program 18 to 24 months before their release date and continue for an additional 12 months once they have returned to the community.
Little Rock Re-Entry Services – The City of Little Rock Reentry Program is designed to provide services and opportunities to those with a history of non-violent convictions and incarceration to transition into the Little Rock community and improve their quality of life.
Pathway to Freedom, Inc. – Pathway To Freedom is a Christ-centered holistic service program that provides educational, values-based, pre-release services to prisoners on a voluntary and non-compulsory basis, while preparing them to reintegrate into society and become productive citizens through the use of new and improved pro-social and life skills that will enhance family and social relationships, moral and spiritual development, and employment opportunities.
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