Amity Foundation Reentry Program – Amity’s ORP will address the growing need to create a continuum of care for ex-offenders by providing women with the comprehensive treatment and support services necessary to prepare for, and maintain, successful community reentry and reintegration. Community services will be primarily provided at the Amity ORP offices in downtown Albuquerque as well as on-site at the Isleta Pueblo, a Native American community.
Central New Mexico Community College Re-Entry– list of reentry programs by New Mexico Community College.
New Mexico Women’s Recovery Academy – Community Education Centers, Inc. (CEC) is a leading provider of reentry treatment and education services for adult correctional populations throughout the United States. CEC is firmly committed to partnering with government agencies to provide intensive reentry treatment and education programs that focus on changing addictive and criminal behaviors, preparing offenders for reentry, and ultimately reducing recidivism.
Offender Reentry Programs in Indian Country – The Community Capacity Development Office (CCDO) is committed to holding annual roundtable discussions with tribal representatives to identify issues related to access to program participation, program needs and gaps, and other issues unique to Indian tribes. Through these discussions, tribal representatives have requested resources to assist tribes in their work with comprehensive community planning and implementation and tribal activity on programming for ex-offenders reentering tribal communities.
Office of Recidivism Reduction – The Office of Recidivism Reduction is committed to the citizens of New Mexico to decrease pro-criminal attitudes and behavior among offenders. Furthermore this office is committed to providing evidence based programs that will provide the skills necessary for the offender to become productive and law-abiding. Our mission is to fulfill the Department’s Public Safety purpose by providing and developing evidence based programs designed to reduce recidivism and to prepare offenders to be productive, law-abiding citizens in their communities.
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