Idaho Reentry Programs

Idaho Reentry Programs




Idaho Department of Corrections: Department of corrections reentry program for the state of Idaho.

Core Reentry ProgramsWhile at the reception and diagnostic unit, correctional specialists use a variety of tools to assess each inmate. Then, a team of professionals uses those assessments to put together a plan, called a treatment pathway. It’s kind of like a road map. The treatment pathway shows where the inmate will be housed, when they will be housed there and in what programs they will be enrolled during their entire time in prison. The goal of the treatment pathways process is to assure that the right inmate is in the right program at the right time, so more offenders get the opportunities they need to be ready for release when they become eligible for parole.

Easter Seals Goodwill Reentry Center: Reentry services are for adult women and men offenders coming out of prison. Easter Seals Goodwill provides: Substance abuse treatment, mental health, med management, and case management.

IMSI Hope Community Phase II: IMSI Hope Community Phase II is works to be the connection “returning citizens” in Idaho.  We offer support, links to resources, information and recovery programs.  Our staff and volunteers are knowledgeable and dominated by individuals who have spent time in the system

Reentry Source – Formed in 2014 with the goal of breaking the chains of recidivism, we exist only to help ex-offenders create positive futures. Our staff are experts on employment, life skills, and financial management. Most of our full time staff are also ex-offenders, and understand what it’s like to be in the situation. We’ll work with you to create a personal plan, and be with you every step of the way when you’re working towards your goals.

Second Chance – Second Chance creates opportunities for people to transform their own lives through programs that provide job readiness and life skills training, job placement, behavioral health and prisoner re-entry services, relapse prevention and sober-living housing for adults and youth in need. We foster behavioral changes that promote personal responsibility, healthy relationships and positive contributions to society.

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