Rhode Island Reentry Programs

Rhode Island Reentry Programs





Rhode Island Department of Corrections: Department of corrections reentry program for the state of Rhode Island.

Prisoner Reentry Initiative – receives an award/grant for its effort to help female ex-offenders find jobs and transition back into the community. Helping these women develop the skills they need to find steady jobs, regain their self-respect, and reconnect with their families, gives them the opportunity to successfully transition back into society.

Providence House Parole Re-Entry Program – In addition to providing safe shelter and healthy meals, the women in the Parole Re-Entry Program receive independent living and self-sufficiency skills training, including one-on-one efforts teaching critical life skills which facilitate the transition to independent living and decrease the likelihood of a return to homelessness or incarceration.

Reentry Services– The Reentry Services Unit is responsible for managing the components of the national transition from prison to community (TPC) model at RIDOC.

Rhode to Reentry Initiative– The goal of the Rhode to Reentry initiative is to reduce crime and increase public safety.

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