Catholic Charities of Missouri Re-entry Program– The Turn-Around program of Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph helps those leaving prison to re-integrate into society successfully, through supportive services such as counseling, job preparation and training, and financial assistance.
Corizon Missouri Reentry program – As of early August, the state of Missouri, families and released inmates have a new tool to utilize as they work together to access Reentry services provided by the Missouri DOC. The site provides community contacts in areas including crisis counseling, dental care, education/job training, employment resources, faith, food and clothing, housing/shelter, medical care, Medicare/Medicaid, mental health and veterans services. Each service has its own page listing contacts within the community and is easily accessible throughout the site.
Kansas City Community Source, Inc – We offer a variety of Reacclimation Services for our citizens upon release, here in the Kansas City, Mo area with: 1. Urban Renewal. 2. Seek jobs that offer on site training and certifications. 3. Tax Preparation Services. 4. Non-Violent Criminal Expungement. 5. Bankruptcy and Credit Counseling. 6. Felon Friendly housing contacts. 7. Custody Preparation/Attorney Referrals. We are aggressively seeking contributions from local, state, and federal grants and donations from both public and private entities, to expand our services into Transitional Living and a lot of other “felon friendly” services.
Mission: St. Louis – We build relationships to empower people to transform their lives. With relationship in hand, we make a strategic set of programs available to the people we serve. These programs work together to address critical stages in the cycle of poverty, like high school graduation and recidivism. We walk alongside people as they work their way through our programs, empowering entire families to break the cycle of poverty.
Missouri Reentry Program – Missouri was one of two states chosen by the National Institute of Corrections to adopt the Transition from Prison to Community Initiative (TPCI). This initiative was developed to ensure emphasis is placed on providing services which promote the success of offenders released from incarceration. Studies show that 97% of offenders incarcerated in the State of Missouri will someday return to our communities. With 34% of offenders returning back to the correctional system after being released from prison, the Department of Corrections (MDOC) embraced the Missouri Reentry Program (MRP) model in an effort to reduce recidivism.
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