Oklahoma Reentry Programs

Oklahoma Reentry Programs

Project: 2nd Chance ***PREFERRED PARTNER***: Offers assistance in housing, education, social services, vocational training, classes, substance abuse, transportation, and much more.  P2C also has a court program.

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

Kay County Reentry Coalition – The Kay County Reentry Coalition is an outreach of the Kay County Detention Center Faith Ministries, a ministerial alliance of those churches and ministries that are serving the inmates in the jail.

Offender Workforce Development Specialist Training ProgramThe National Career Development Association (NCDA) provides professional development, publications, standards, and advocacy to practitioners and educators who inspire and empower individuals to achieve their career and life goals.

Oklahoma Collaborative Mental Health Reentry Program (CMHRP) – The Oklahoma Collaborative Mental Health Reentry Program (CMHRP) was designed to offer a continuity of care for mentally ill offenders at selected state prisons through the use of specialized pre-release services followed by intensive post-release case management. A partnership between the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (DOC) and the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (DMHSAS) the CMHRP has worked with hundreds of returning citizens and has lowered participant recidivism by 41 percent. – See more at: http://www.ncjp.org/content/addressing-intersection-oklahoma-collaborative-mental-health-reentry-program#sthash.99imBicN.dpuf

Oklahoma Partnership for Successful Reentry Inc. – A directory to network, educate, and be a voice for Oklahoma’s reentry service providers and those they serve

Oklahoma Reentry– The primary purpose of this web site is to provide a central location of useful resource links for those transitioning into communities in our Oklahoma.

She Brews Coffee House Reentry Program – Outside the She Brews Coffee House, located at 414 W. Will Rogers Boulevard, the window reads, “This isn’t any ordinary coffee house.” What makes this place so unusual is the employees who whip up the coffee, serve the food, clean the tables and ring up the tickets.

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