2-1-1 Arizona: The 211 Arizona is a statewide private non-profit system, created in 2004, which answers the public’s questions on community, social service and homeland security, 24 hours a day. Therefore, it provides reentry resources, including programs for individuals released from prison, counseling programs, residential and employment programs as well as support service for families of ex-offenders.
Old Pueblo Community Services: The Old Pueblo Community Service is a nonprofit organization help communities, especially the homeless, the unemployed and ex-offenders, to start a new life path by providing job opportunities, transitional living and reentry programs. Established since 1996, this organization has offered its support services to thousands of clients who need assistance in transforming their lives.
Hope’s Crossing : The Hope’s Crossing provides services and programs to meet the unique needs of women involved in the justice system. It helps them release from mental illness, promote the relationship with their family and community and provide them with opportunities to improve their socioeconomic status.
Arizona Women’s Education & Employment (AWEE): The Arizona Women’s Education and Employment was founded in Phoenix, Arizona in 1984. Since then, this organization has helped more than 160,000 women, men, and young adults, who are employed or about to re-enter the workforce, to have better employment opportunities with its workforce programs. Its programs and services include many helpful training workshops and educational guidance.
Family Service Agency: The Family Service Agency is the oldest non-profit social service agency in the state of Arizona. During over a century of serving, Family Service has provided the public with many programs, including Foster Care for homeless or abandoned children, Parent Aide Program for parents and community re-integration plans for individuals with barriers. Together with Family preservation program, outpatient services, pregnancy/ adoption support services, Family Service Agency has offered help to hundreds of thousands of people in Arizona.
The Yavapai Reentry Project: Various community partners has been cooperated to establish the Yavapai Reentry Project in Arizona in 2011. This system provides community coaching and independent referral and support services to formerly incarcerated individuals in the state. Its services aim at reducing the number of criminal cases by breaking the cycle of crime and replace it with a cycle of renewal.
Ministry to the Incarcerated: The Ministry to the Incarcerated is a program of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, a social organization founded in 1946 to help the poor in Phoenix. Ministry to the Incarcerated project provides ex-offenders with housing, healthcare, and support services so that they can easily reintegrate into their families, workplace, and community.