Kansas Reentry Programs

Kansas Reentry Programs




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

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Reentry Program: The concept of a Reentry Program evolved from Sheriff McGovern’s request to the National Institute of Corrections Jail Center (NIC) to conduct a Justice System Assessment of the correctional facility and its operations along with reviewing local criminal justice system practices. The on-site technical assistance occurred in 2006. Recommendations included: Linking inmates to community services upon release, Improving data management systems, Consider design and development of intermediate sanction options.

Oxford House Kansas Re-Entry – The Oxford House Kansas Re-Entry Program allows individuals coming from Jails, Prisons, and other Institutions an opportunity to live in a safe, Alcohol and Drug-Free environment, so that they may re-establish their life. Please use the link below to find out more information on this program and to download the necessary Application and Questionnaire.

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