Maine Reentry Programs

Maine Reentry Programs

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

Maine Costal Regional Reentry Center: The Maine Coastal Regional Reentry Center (MCRRC) in Belfast, Maine is a residential reentry center designed to give incarcerated men the skills and experience they need to successfully live as positive citizen and employees after they transition into their home communities.

Maine’s Reentry Housing Program: Maine’s reentry housing program, Rental Assistance Plus Care, provides rental assistance coupons and support services to ex-offenders for up to 2 years.

Northern Maine Regional Reentry Center: The Northern Maine Regional Reentry Center (NMRRC) is designed to assist men and women who are from Maine and have been convicted of a federal offense with successful reintegration back into their community. Volunteers of America Northern New England, in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, provides a safe and secure environment for up to 20 men and women who are within the last 12 months of their incarceration.

Southern Maine Re-entry Center: The Southern Maine Re-entry Center (SMRC) is designed to give women the skills and experience they need to successfully live as positive citizens and employees after they transition from state correctional facilities into their home communities.

Waldo County’s Re-entry Center: The re-entry center and the sheriff who instituted it at Waldo County’s jail have earned a national award from the National Association of Counties for the program’s success over the last two years.

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