Central Arkansas ReEntry (CARE) Coalition: The Central Arkansas ReEntry (CARE) Coalition was founded in 2009 as the result of the collaboration between various social agencies and concerned citizens. CARE Coalition welcomes the donation and volunteer from all individuals in and outside the county to help returning citizens, veterans, the homeless, children and families improve the current and living standard socioeconomic status.
Arkansas Department of Correction: The Arkansas Department of Correction is one piece of the Criminal Justice system and serves to implement the Court’s mandates. The ADC is constantly updating its website to improve your experience and provide sources of information that facilitate especially the re-entry of ex-offenders and the integration of productive citizens back to our community.
Goodwill Industries of Arkansas: The Goodwill Industries of Arkansas understands the challenge of re-entry after a period of incarceration, thus it aims to provide job readiness and job skills training to ex-offenders with a view to help you find work, build your own career and become a productive citizen of the local community.
Little Rock Re-Entry Program: The Little Rock Re-entry program wish to provide service and assistance in many forms including job opportunities, employment placement, pre-release programs and contracts with private providers to those who plan to become LittleRock Residents upon release.
Pathway to Freedom: The Pathway to Freedom is a 18-month Pre-release Residential program through a contractual agreement with the Arkansas Department of Correction. After Release, an additional period of 12-month assistance within the community is also available to inmates to assist their integration progress as well as reducing the Government burden in dealing with this issue.
InnerChange Freedom Initiative: The world after Release Day may be overwhelming to prisoners, the IFI at the Pathway to Freedom Program works to bring them a positive outlook on life and light up a hope for the better prospects after incarceration. Realistic assistance forms include job mentoring, marriage and parenting class, faith dorms and education.