South Dakota Reentry Programs

South Dakota Reentry Programs





South Dakota Department of Corrections: Department of corrections reentry program for the state of South Dakota.

Community Alternatives of the Black Hills (CABH) Re-Entry Program – CABH offers parenting classes, life skills training, courses on financial management and how to obtain housing and transportation, stress management, and anger management and communication skills are included the life skills programming.

Hope Center Re-Entry Program – The mission is Through God’s love, the HOPE Center offers the homeless and those without hope in our community an environment of respect, encouragement and guidance, as they move toward a better life.

Pennington County Health & Human Services Rebound Program: it provides County Economic Assistance having the purpose of Health and Human Services County Economic Assistance is to provide emergency assistance for individuals who meet the eligibility criteria as outlined in the Pennington County-approved guidelines and state statutes. This includes economic, medical and funeral assistance.

Rapid City Offender Re-Entry Program – ReEntry programs, which often involve a comprehensive case management approach, are intended to assist offenders in acquiring the life skills needed to succeed in the community and become law-abiding citizens. A variety of programs are used to assist offenders in the reentry process, including but not limited to: pre-release programs, drug rehabilitation, vocational training, and work programs.

South Dakota Prisoner Reentry Initiative: Provides Adult Reentry Program having a goal to increase public safety and positive outcomes for offenders by reducing recidivism and improve outcomes for people returning to the community from prisons or jail.

Teen Challenge of Dakota (TCD) Reentry Program – The Re-Entry phase of the TCD program is the last 6 months of the total 16 month program. Students in the Re-Entry phase are assisted in job searching and acquiring full-time employment. They are taught and required to develop a written financial budget. Another emphasis of the Re-Entry program is to engage the men in volunteer service to the local community.

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